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Community Engagement Day

Cheshire Police and the Fire & Rescue Services held a Community Engagement Day at the Cheshire Police Headquarters in Winsford on Sunday 22nd September. There was glorious sunshine for the event which was attended by over 6000 people.
Lots of interest in the Police Helecopter

Historical Fire Engines

The Cheshire Police helecopter was a very popular attaction with visitors.

 

Some of the historical fire engines that were on display.

 

 

Old and New in Police Cars

Old and latest police vehicles.

Little Boys versus Big Police Motor Bikes

 

 

Every childhood dream of riding a police motor cycle.


Not everything was Serious

Not everything was serious and there was room for fun on the bouncy castle.

 

 

 

Inside the headquarters there was an exhibition of policing over the ages. This series of photographs showed not only the changing face of policing but also how uniforms have changed.

The Changing Face of Policing


Say Goodbye at the End of the Day

Waving goodbye to the helecopter at the end of the afternoon.

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