The concert was a culmination of a partnership between Gilwern Primary School and Abergavenny’s Our Lady’s & St Michael RC Primary to create an arts project benefitting literacy and promoting knowledge of the wider world.Over 100 children from Years Two and Four took part, making use of dance moves and percussion instruments under the guidance of the Upbeat Music and Arts Service which had overseen the project since the beginning of spring term.
Identity and image for local brands, promoting organic farming and good practices, as well as environmental soil preservation, avoiding urban occupation of fertile land, and incorporating agriculture in appropriate urban spaces and in the urban-rural areas, Creation of jobs in the agriculture.
Care should be taken to place bikes safely to avoid obstruction and materials used should be weather-proof for outdoor displays.
Certificates and prizes will be awarded to the best bike celebrating Usk, the best business bike, the best community group bike, the best comical bike, the best living bike (using real plants or flowers), the best arts & crafts bike and the best bike in age categories 10 and under as well as 11 to 16.
I’m very pleased that the teamwork to bring about this project has yielded such great results.”Monmouthshire County Council in partnership with Usk Town Council is to build on last year’s highly successful cycling project.
The Great Usk Bike Off will run once again this summer and will feature brightly decorated cycles displayed around the town during the approach and aftermath of the Velothon, to be held on Sunday, 8 July.