Club involved in things other than football
The Trust works with food and agricultural giant Cargill and primary schools to deliver the Global Walk Challenge.
It takes place over a term and is aimed at schoolchildren aged 10 to 11. The task is to walk the equivalent number of steps it would take to reach as many of the 65 nations which the food and agriculture company operates in.
Young people are encouraged to walk the 10,000 daily steps the British Heart Foundation says can keep people healthy.
Helen Patmore, Year 6 teacher at Witham St Hughs Academy, said it is a great activity for pupils. She said: "The club did four sessions with us, giving us ideas for exercise and healthy eating.
Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.ukView details
Contact: 01858 468192
Valid until: Sunday, May 26 2013
"People would be surprised to discover Lincoln City FC are involved in things other than football – the children really enjoy it."
Martin Cooper, chairman of Cargill Cares Council, said: "There's a little competitive element in the challenge because he top three schools get assistance towards equipment for their school."