Tiny Trek arrives at Glenbrook School

Excitement was in the air on Friday 27 October as the BlueLight Mini Trek arrived at Glenbrook School.
The Trillian Trek has been running for 20 years and this year was no different as they brought their crazy, colourful vehicles and a very special gift. Four students received new BMX Bikes and helmets, with one remarking, “I can’t believe it’s mine.”
Earlier in the day, the 65 volunteers and their cars visited Waiau Pa School, also giving out four new bikes. Back at Glenbrook, the students were given plenty of treats, high fives from Elmo, and got to check out the range of around 15 vehicles, from Police cars, to Fire Engines and Army trucks. The trek heads around the country annually raising funds for Kiwi Kids through BlueLight and bringing smiles and laughter.

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