Biciclistas de Corella fostered and organized the project «Recycle and win» (Recicla y recibe) in October 2018 in Corella. Three schools followed us, with Alhama High School leading the pack. We’ve just been awarded a prize for good practices in recycling. Congratulations everybody! Enjoy the campaign video clicking on this link: https://vimeo.com/337356856
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By Uxue Muñoz, Carmen Gallo and Ariadna Bienzobas Rita, a lovely 77-year-old lady, explains why she cycles in her daily life. Way to go, Rita!
We´ve received very good news from Denmark. Our project is the first piece of Foreningen Frie Fugle newsletter. We feel so honored! Thanks a million!
After half a year recycling plastic in Corella’s schools, we’ve been rewarded with two picnic tables in front of Alhama High School and a bench for the School of Arts. Thanks everybody for pitching in!!! We carried out a clean-up before the inauguration event. Notice the place before and after!
We´ve organized a very special event this week in our school. Our students created games with recycled materials («eco-friendly games») and the Infant school children came to visit us and play. They all had lots of fun. Our secondary school students took care of one or two children each. This activity helps to create a […]
By Pernille Vederso After a long process of filling for the Erasmus+ project: we had our first exchange on September 25th 2017, the partners finally met in person in Corella in March of 2019. By that time, I felt we already knew each other, and meeting everybody for real only exceeded my expectations. Here were people with […]
By Allison Roberts Last month, Clonakilty Bicycle Festival organizers Allison Roberts and Justin Grounds took part in a special Erasmus+ program in Corella, Spain, entitled, ‘Sustainable Mobility, Sustainable Community’. The program which will continue until 2021, is a cultural exchange for students and project partners from Spain, Ireland, Lithuania and Denmark (Copenhagen). “I wasn’t sure what […]
By Inés Belahrizi and Ilu Sahmi Jesús Javier Jiménez, a Math teacher in Alhama High School known as «Jota» («J» in Spanish) explains why he chooses cycling as a means of transport.