Byline: Ruth Bloomfield
TEENAGERS are being offered free music, clothes and make-up to encourage them to walk to school.
Secondary school pupils will also get pedometers to count the number of steps they take each day under a pilot scheme to combat obesity.
Every pupil who walks a minimum of 60,000 steps between Monday and Friday for four weeks will be rewarded with shopping vouchers.
The average number of steps in a mile is between 2,000 and 2,500, so walking 60,000 steps is equivalent to between 24 and 30 miles.
Prizes on offer would include vouchers to use at high street stores such as HMV, Boots and H & M. The scheme will be …