Residents walk 150 times the length of Hadrian’s Wall
More than 3,000 people ran, walked or cycled 9,700 miles in just five days for the initiative – a free competition to get people more active.
Running until November 2, Beat the Street sees special ‘Beat Boxes’ placed on lampposts in Sudbury and Great Cornard.
Players can pick up a Beat the Street card at their nearest GP surgery, leisure centre or library and tap the Beat Boxes – collecting points for how far they travel.
Adult players must collect and register a Beat the Street card and join a team before tapping at least two Beat Boxes in an hour to score points.
Schoolchildren received fobs which have already been registered to their school.
Teams and individuals that travel furthest will win prizes. Currently in the lead is Wells Hall Primary School.
Thomas Gainsborough School pupils got to have a go at Beat the Street when it launched last Wednesday.
The scheme sees individuals and groups walking and cycling between points, tapping cards against boxes positioned throughout Sudbury and Cornard. Those that cover the greatest distance can win prizes.
For more information visit beatthestreet.me/SGC or like Beat the Street SGC on Facebook.