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Balornock Pupils Back on their Bikes thanks to ng2

Balornock Pupils Back on their Bikes thanks to ng2

News   •   May 12, 2016 11:23 BST

PUPILS at Balornock Primary school were delighted when local social enterprise company ng2 fixed the lock on their bike shed after it had been vandalised over the recent bank holiday weekend.