It’s a scene swirling back from the mists of time. Children wrapped up in school uniform hareing around the school playground on a drizzly, foggy morning. There’s bustle and noise. Red cheeks and hot breath on the cold air. But there is also purpose to this excited scene.
The pupils of St Ninian’s Primary in Stirling have all run or walked one mile every school day for the past three-and-a-half-years. only heavy rain or icy ground has stopped them.
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