This Saturday there is a family fun day at Langley Park cricket club.
I am mentioning this on this blog because there will be the opportunity to get your bikes and scooters marked up by the police, as part of the ongoing Operation Spoke. I'm a big fan of bike security marking and for free, you can't be, erm, robbed.
Take the opportunity!
Read the full press release below or click here.
"A farm bus, ‘beat the bobby’ penalty shoot-out and zorb balling are among the activities planned for a community day in Langley Park. The free event, at Langley Park Cricket Club on Saturday, 17 May, promises something for all the family. As well as meeting some rare breed animals on the Farmyard Flyer bus and trying out their football skills against local policemen, visitors will be able to try zorb balling and tackle a climbing wall and meet members of their local fire service and police beat teams. The activity day, organised by the Safe Durham Partnership, will also include free bike and scooter security marking, free dog microchipping and much more. The fun starts at 11.00am. For more information call PCSO Debra Robson on 101 (ext 664 2446) or Stephen McCallan, Durham County Council safer communities officer, on 0191 375 2650."