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Free Bike and Scooter Marking Events

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Monday 2nd 2019

Free Bike and Scooter Marking Events:

Following the success of our bike and scooter marking event last month in Newhaven, we are please to announce new dates across the Lewes District:
  • SUNDAY 8th Sept 1200-1430 at the Big Park skate park, Piddinghoe Avenue, Peacehaven
  • TUESDAY 10th Sept 1500-1730, in the Malling Fields, skate park Lewes
  • FRIDAY 20th Sept 1500-1730 at The Salts Recreational Ground, in the skate park Seaford
This is a FREE event, and we would encourage bike and track users to join us and take advantage of crime prevention advice and marking tools to keep your bikes safe from theft.

Crime prevention techniques in the mean time, such as using a more solid lock, not leaving your bike unattended when leaving the park, can all help towards preventing further thefts.

We look forward to seeing you, if you run groups or clubs where young bike users frequent, please pass on this information.

If you are unable to make it, you can register property on the property registration website Immobilise.



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