THE RESULTS for Wokingham's most recent eco-friendly initiative have been revealed this week.

Wokingham Borough Council's Beat The Street game, urging residents of all ages to travel in more eco-friendly ways, came to an end on Tuesday, July 20.

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The aim of the game, according to the website, is to earn as many points as possible for you and your team by walking, running, scooting, cycling or rolling between 'Beat Boxes' across Wokingham.

In total, 6,263 residents in Wokingham took part in the event, covering a total of 151,531 miles around the borough.

The schools that won by total points are:

1 - Floreat Montague Park Primary School

2 - Nine Mile Ride Primary School

3 - Evendons Primary School

The schools that won the average points scoreboard are:

1 - Nine Mile Ride Primary School

2 - Floreat Montague Park Primary School

3 - Wescott Infant School

The scoreboard for community and workplace teams are:

1 - Woosehill Valibar Sangam

2 - Spaceforall at All Saints Church

3 - St Paul's Playgroup

The winner of the small teams category was Berkshire Bedlam Morris, and the winner of the individual leaderboard was BelleBeau.

Finally, the winner of the charity group category was First Days Wokingham.

The overall winners, in terms of highest point average for each group member, was Berkshire Bedlam Morrie swith 12,890 points between a group of two.

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The overall winner, in terms of the group with the highest amount of points in total, was Floreat Montague Park Primary School.

A message on the Beat The Street Wokingham website read: "Wokingham, you have walked, run, cycled, scooted and rolled an amazing 151,530 miles as part of Beat the Street.

"Congratulations to our leaderboard winners and thank you to everyone who took part!"

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