Together we have provided funding to the Active St. Helens Campaign to maintain the bikes located at the community hubs throughout the borough.SCDF fully support the initiative to encourage more people to cycle as part of the Active St Helens campaign and both Community Integrated Care and ourselves see the benefits of the Active St. Helens campaign and we believe that if we can make it easier for the people of St. Helens to take part in this initiative, the better.Steve Leonard, Saints Community Development Foundation’s Director said: “The foundation has worked closely with both Community Integrated Cares Sam Brennan and Emma Ciclitira from St Helens Council. As a foundation we believe that collaboration is the way forward and with partners such as Community Integrated Care, St Helens Council and Pedal Power, we can achieve better and stronger things within our very own community. We would like to thank them for their assistance in making this project happen. It is now over to you, the people of our community, to pick up this initiative and get active this summer.”Samantha Brennan, Managing Director (NW) of Community Integrated Care, says: “We’re delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Active St. Helens’ programme with Saints Community Development Foundation and working closely with St. Helens Council to give opportunities to the people we support and our colleagues in the Borough to encourage them to become more active. We look forward to seeing the outcomes of this campaign in our local community.”Why not participate in the Pedal Power sessions that takes place every Thursday Morning 10am – 12 noon at Taylor Park, St. Helens.For more information visit www.activesthelens.co.uk/cycling.