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Local people will have the chance to find out more about the work of our real-life superheroes, at an event hosted by Ron Hogg, the Durham Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner.
When and where?
The event is free, with free parking, and will be held on Saturday 29 October 2016 at Locomotion, The National Railway Museum in Shildon from 10am – 3pm. It will showcase and raise awareness of all the good work that is happening in our local communities.
Who and what?
Emergency services, including the police (and the Police Interceptors), fire service and other organisations, e.g. Blood Bikes and various council services, so that families can get involved in exciting activities and see demonstrations from real life local superheroes.
Other community safety organisations who make a difference to people’s everyday lives will also be on hand with fun family activities and to provide information and advice, giving families and individuals a better understanding of what they do and how they can help.
Activities and demonstrations include police vehicles, dog displays, Crime Scene Investigation activities, a children's treasure hunt, a superhero fancy dress competition, police dogs Jet & Ben, competitions with prizes and much more.
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Hear the Interview
You can listen to Ron's interview, talking about the upcoming Superheroes event, courtesy of Bishop FM: