We met with the Richmond Borough Council who opened up the activities. Four carousels were organised, allowing for a variety of opportunities to think and learn about sustainable and safe travel initiatives. Adam and Gemma from Birdie Bikes in Hampton gave a talk on the sustainable benefits of riding bikes. The children were also taught how to repair a punctured tyre and the process of changing and inflating a tyre after the repair. During the Park and Stride carousel, the children spoke about the benefits of walking and why choosing to park a little way away from the school helps to ease congestion and is kinder to the environment. At the scooter training carousel, the children enjoyed getting some exercise while learning about the benefits of scooting, and having a great deal of fun to boot! At the poster-making activity, the children enjoyed expressing their creativity while learning about road safety and how different modes of transport, besides cars, can benefit our health and enrich our communities and local environments.