Police celebrate final summer event in Nailsea

PUBLISHED: 10:00 05 September 2019

Young people competed in a tug of war contest against some of North Somerset's strongest men.

Young people competed in a tug of war contest against some of North Somerset's strongest men.

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American police cars, football and tug of war competitions filled a Nailsea park on Friday evening.

American police care demonstrations and a tug of war contest were put on by police and local organisations.American police care demonstrations and a tug of war contest were put on by police and local organisations.

The Nailsea police beat team celebrated its final Ngage summer event in Millennium Park - and members of the RAF recruitment team, American Police Mustang Club and Nailsea's @theGym supported the evening.

Youngsters enjoyed a tug of war competition against some of North Somerset's strongest men, followed by cage football and demonstrations by 
the American police cars.

It is the second year the police in Nailsea have run summer events to reduce antisocial behaviour in the town during the school holidays.

American police care demonstrations and a tug of war contest were put on by police and local organisations.American police care demonstrations and a tug of war contest were put on by police and local organisations.

More: Police to run taster days in Nailsea to tackle antisocial behaviour.



The team would like to thank everyone who took part this year, especially @theGym.

Avon and Somerset Constabulary's Nailsea beat would like to make it an annual event, but it is in need of support from other organisations and businesses in the town to help it grow.

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