Cycle passport

CYCLE PASSPORT: In a joint venture between Tayside Police and Halfords Arbroath on Sunday, local community liaison officers provided an acid etch recognition service to the public in Halford's car park and the firm gave free cycle checks. Our picture shows Kay Hull, Kinghorne Street, Arbroath, who took the opportunity to get a cucle passport and a sefty check. Other in the picture are, from left - Ewan Henderson, Halfords manager; Constable Lindsay Ellis, Arbroath landward; and Constable Colin Cunningham, Arbroath.

CYCLE PASSPORT: In a joint venture between Tayside Police and Halfords Arbroath on Sunday, local community liaison officers provided an acid etch recognition service to the public in Halford's car park and the firm gave free cycle checks. Our picture shows Kay Hull, Kinghorne Street, Arbroath, who took the opportunity to get a cucle passport and a sefty check. Other in the picture are, from left - Ewan Henderson, Halfords manager; Constable Lindsay Ellis, Arbroath landward; and Constable Colin Cunningham, Arbroath.

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In a joint venture between Tayside Police and Halfords Arbroath on Sunday, local community liaison officers provided an acid etch recognition service to the public in Halford’s car park and the firm gave free cycle checks.

Our picture shows Kay Hull, Kinghorne Street, Arbroath, who took the opportunity to get a cycle passport and a safety check. Others in the picture are, from left - Ewan Henderson, Halfords manager; Constable Lindsay Ellis, Arbroath landward; and Constable Colin Cunningham, Arbroath.