Security bike marking sessions for cyclists in Malvern, Tenbury, Hallow and Kempsey - The Malvern Observer
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19th Aug, 2022

Security bike marking sessions for cyclists in Malvern, Tenbury, Hallow and Kempsey

CYCLISTS in Malvern Hills District can make sure their bikes are safe from thieves at a series of marking events.

Marking consists of applying a unique identifiable number to the frame which is then logged with the National Bike Register Database.

As well as reducing the risk of a bike being stolen, it also makes it easier to find any which are stolen and see they are returned to the rightful owner.

The first one takes place at Tenbury Swimming Pool from 1pm to 3.30pm next Monday, February 21.

Two more take place next Tuesday, February 22 – from 9.30am to 12pm at the Kempsey Plovers Rise Playing Fields and between 1.30pm to 4pm at Hallow Village Hall.

The fourth one will be held between 1pm and 4pm next Wednesday, February 23, at Malvern Hills District Council House.

Coun Tom Wells, Malvern Hills District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community Services, said: “It is so important that we take measures to protect bikes from thieves, these free bike marking events will give residents peace of mind if their property is ever stolen or lost.

“Property marking is like giving your belongings a unique fingerprint which will help identify them, and there is a greater chance of being reunited.”

Call Elliott Nixon on 07970 705924 or email for more information.

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