School Children were given the opportunity to walk along part of the Cleveland Way and North Sea Trail. On the way they were able to experience the coastal landscape and wildlife, history and culture and gain an introduction to geocaching. Transport was arranged to take children to the start and pick them up from the end of the walk.
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In the North York Moors National Park a scheme was developed called "Get and Up and Go" This was an award aimed at promoting opportunities for young adults with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities to enjoy a healthier life style. This was achieved by taking part in a variety of outdoor and team building activities at Peat Rigg Outdoor Training Centre.
"Bike it" was the delivery of a mass cycle ride that aimed to raise awareness and promote health and exercise by inviting groups, schools and individuals to participate. It was open to all ages, abilities and backgrounds and delivered under the guidance of the National Park Authority utilising the Coast Alive Project with the support of partner organisations and local businesses.