KINGSWOOD: Police will be holding a crime reduction roadshow on the estate this weekend.
Officers will be visiting locations across Kingswood on Sunday to meet residents and offer crime prevention advice.
They will also be offering free marking for bikes and property including mobile phones.
PCSO Dawn Whincup, of North Carr neighbourhood policing team, said: "We know people like to spend their weekends doing leisure activities, such as sports and shopping, so we thought it would be an ideal opportunity for us to meet people and also give them the chance to get their bikes engraved for free.
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"Once bicycles or phones are engraved or have been marked using a UV pen, they are easily identifiable in the unfortunate event of them being lost or stolen and people have a much better chance of getting them back if they are found."
The officers will be at Ennerdale Leisure Centre from 10am, at Kingswood Leisure Park from 11.30am and in Bowmont Way from 2pm.
E YORKS: A wildlife monitoring workshop will take place next month.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, in conjunction with Marinelife, will hold the event on Saturday, March 9, from 10am to 4pm.
Those attending can learn how to survey the array of creatures.
To take part, meet at the Living Seas Centre at Flamborough.