Volunteer police cadets spend a night in the cells for charity

Volunteer police cadets spend a night in the cells for charity.

Volunteer police cadets spend a night in the cells for charity. - Credit: Archant

A team of 12 Fenland Volunteer Police Cadets spent a night in the cells at March Police Station to raise money for charity.

The fundraiser, held in aid of Bowel Cancer UK, saw them booked in and locked up for the night.

They also ate custody food for their dinner and stayed behind locked doors until being released at 8am the following morning.


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