Rotherham has successfully managed to Beat the Street!

by | 3 July 2021 | Notice, Rotherham

Rotherham’s Beat the Street challenge came to an incredible conclusion after the game ended on Wednesday 26th June.
A total of 15,192 people signed up and walked, cycled and ran 124,075.5 miles during the six-week challenge which took place from April to May, transforming Rotherham into a real-life game.
The winners were:

Total points:

  • Bramley Sunnyside Junior School
  • Badsley Primary School
  • Wickersley Northfield Primary School
  • Bramley Sunnyside Infants School
  • St Ann’s Junior and Infant School

Average points:

  • Brinsworth Howarth Primary School
  • St Ann’s Junior and Infant School
  • Bramley Sunnyside Junior School
  • St Mary’s Catholic Primary School (Herringthorpe)
  • Badsley Primary School

Community and workplace teams – total points:

  • Rawmarsh Runners
  • Jolly Foghorns
  • Pivotal Health and Wellbeing CC

Community and workplace teams – average points:

  • Jolly Foghorns
  • Rawmarsh Runners
  • Masborough Choir Group
  • Small teams – total points:
  • MCVC


  • Rotherham Hospice
  • Shiloh

Individual leaderboard

  • LilaR-P

School: Runners up:

  • Ravensworth Primary, Brinsworth Manor Junior School, Listerdale Junior Academy

Rotherham Council Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health Councillor David Roche said:
“A huge congratulations to everyone who has taken part in Beat the Street Rotherham. Whether your team topped a leaderboard, or you simply walked more, you are a winner.”
Beat the Street is being delivered by Intelligent Health and is funded by and Rotherham Council’s grant funding allocation from DfT’s Sustainable Transport Access Fund and the National Lottery on behalf of Sport England.