School children in Buckley are able to get 10% off bikes and accessories from two Flintshire stores.

As part of a Cycle Initiative, organised by Buckley Town Councillor Louis Fox, children who attend any of the schools in Buckley are able to access discounts from local biking stores.

RMP Cycles in Buckley are offering 10% off a bike and accessories bundle and Alpha Cycle Worx in Mold are offering 10% off bikes and 10% off accessories.

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Cllr Fox said: “I believe that every child should have the opportunity to own and ride a bike.

"I also wanted to help support local businesses who have been financially impacted during the pandemic.”

The cost of living crisis in which energy bills, house prices and fuel have continued to rise is having a major impact on families in the UK. 

A recent survey by showed that over 42% of families with children living at home regularly feel stressed about their finances.

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The survey also found one in four households without children said they regularly feel stressed about money.

The offers are available for children who attend the following schools; Westwood County Primary (Formerly known as West Lea infants and Buckley CP – juniors) which is on Tabernacle Street, Southdown Primary School on Linderick Avenue, Mountain Lane Primary School on Knowle Lane, and Drury County Primary on Beech Road, Drury.

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Also included in the offer is the Elfed High School, located near the Common on Mill Lane.

Currently there is no set time limit on the offer.

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