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Picture gallery: BMX riders perform tricks for Dagenham fun day visitors

PUBLISHED: 14:34 02 September 2013 | UPDATED: 12:20 03 September 2013

Pondfield Park fun day

Pondfield Park fun day

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BMX riders wowed the crowds as they performed tricks at a community fun day.

The youngsters from Team Cottons BMX club were on show in Pondfield Park, Dagenham on Saturday, at an event organised by Reede Road Tenants and Residents Association (TRA).

Meanwhile police officers were on hand to security mark and repair bikes.

The day also featured a bouncy castle, face painting, raffle, tombola and a cake and sandwich stall.

Pam Barratt, vice chair of the TRA, said: “Everyone loved the BMX show. They were very talented.”

Team Cottons is part of the Havering Youth Service.

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