Boys and girls in blue set to have a knockout time at charity challenge

Police Its a Knockout team members.From the left,Wendy Taylor,Laurence Spring,Alex Bell,Rebecca Lang,Natalie Hall and Martin Siderman.'120620M-C531
Police Its a Knockout team members.From the left,Wendy Taylor,Laurence Spring,Alex Bell,Rebecca Lang,Natalie Hall and Martin Siderman.'120620M-C531
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BUCKINGHAM and Winslow’s finest will be swapping their uniforms for silly outfits on Sunday when they take part in Winslow’s big charity It’s A Knockout event.

PCs and PCSOs Wendy Taylor, Laurence Spring, Alex Bell, Rebecca Lang, Natalie Hall and Martin Siderman will be making up a team for the event which is to raise money for Alec’s Angels, a charity set up by Brian Jarvis in memory of his nine-year-old son, Alec, who died last year from a brain tumour.

PC Siderman said they had chosen pink as their team colour with some members possibly opting for tutus.

He said: “We think it is a worthwhile cause and we are very keen to do what we can to help raise money for the charity. It is an ideal opportunity to do something for the community.”

The event starts at 11.30am at the Winslow Centre.