Get your bike marked and protected in Worcester to avoid becoming another cycle theft statistic

First published in News

PEOPLE who cherish their bikes have the opportunity to have them protected against theft at a drop-in session of West Side Neighbourhood Watch at St John's Youth and Community Centre in Swanpool Walk, Worcester.

The session takes place on Friday, May 30 between 10am and 4pm with West Mercia police completing cycle marking. The marking takes place on a first come, first served basis.

There will also be first aid training between 10am and 1pm with the chance to gain a certificate from the British Heart Foundation. The training is free but people are asked to make a donation. NHS Health Trainers will also be present, offering free health MOTs.

Only 20 places are available for the BHF course. To secure a place ring 01905 425382 or email

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