Sgoil Dhalabroig has launched a £15,000 project to get people of all ages cycling.
The school has taken delivery of cyclo trikes to ensure pupils and others in the community have the opportunities to enjoy cycling and being outdoors.
The project named South Uist – Cycling Without Age Scotland has been made possible thanks to fundraising by the Daliburgh School Parent Council and donations from local councillors and the local business community.
Announcing the start of the project online, the school commented: “Cycling Without Age is a global movement that enables those of all ages to enjoy the benefits of being outdoors and cycling. We’re looking forward to using the trikes in conjunction with partners at Cothrom, Sacred Heart House Care home and other groups throughout Uist.
“We have also purchased a children’s trike to allow all of our learners the chance to get out and about in our community; all we need now is the weather!”