Protect your bike from thieves in Welwyn Hatfield
LEARN how to protect your bike from thieves at a number of events in WGC.
Every Saturday this month there will be free bike security marking events, organised by Pcsos Amanda Bridgeman and Christina Cooper.
Pcso Cooper said: “Security marking involves putting the postcode and house number on the bike by engraving and protecting with a lacquer varnish, alternatively bikes can be marked in UV pen.
“A sticker can be placed on the bike saying that it is security marked which can act as a deterrent to potential thieves.”
She added: “I would urge all cyclists to come along to the event to get their bikes marked.
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The events will take place at Panshanger Hardware in Moors Walk on this Saturday and August 21.
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Further sessions will be held at Christ the King Church Hall in Haldens on August 14 and August 28.
Each bike-marking event runs from 2pm until 5.30pm.