Cycle racks at Peterborough secondary school relocated after bike thefts
Cycle racks are being relocated at a Peterborough secondary school following bike thefts.
Principal of Ken Stimpson Community School, Bryan Erwin, said a “small number” of bicycles had been stolen.
As a result, the school in Staniland Way, Werrington, will see the majority of its cycle racks moved into the Post 16 compound and the back of Humanities.
Mr Erwin added: “Members of staff will be available to guide students to where they need to lock their bicycles. They will also be reminding students to bring a helmet, lights and a lock!!
“I also wish to remind your child about respect for others when cycling and to be safety aware when cycling to and from school.”