Children’s health workers complete cycle from London to Cop26 in Glasgow

Staff and patients from six children's hospitals have finished a cycle from London to Glasgow on the eve of the Cop26 climate change summit to raise awareness about the negative impact of pollution on children's health. The initiative, Ride for their Lives, saw 39 members of health staff cycle 500 miles over the course of a week to demand that world leaders make air pollution a policy priority. Interviews with Mark Hayden, Paediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Consultant, Great Ormond Street Hospital and event organiser. And Toby Hancock, patient of Great Ormond Street and cyclist.

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