Police and Community Fun Day

This Sunday sees the return of the Police and Community Fun Day, where the public are invited to come along and meet some of our officers and get a feel of what we do.

Some of the highlights of the day include displays and demonstrations from the Police and the Fire Service, lorry rides and digger driving. There will also be a myriad of activities on offer for all the family. So far, plans for the day include:
• Tattoo art
• Plate smashing
• Stocks (victims will be named on social media!)
• Face painting
• Bouncy castle
• Bottle stalls and a food village
• Splat the Rat
• Karate display
• School choir

The event is being held at St Mary’s School on July 10th between 11:00 and 16:00 and entry is free. There is plenty of parking on site too.

Inspector Andy Bisson, who leads the Community Policing Team, said: “We are looking to draw the community and local charities together in a fun filled day, raising money for good causes.”

“Over 2000 people attended last year’s Fun Day raising £4,000 for local charities. This year money raised will go to the Youth Inclusion Project, that works with young people with disability and we want the day to be bigger and better than before.”



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