The event will be held on Sunday, October 13, from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm at the Medway Center in Huntingdon.

PCSO Aggie Fisher, hate crimes officer in South Cambridgeshire, will give a brief talk to the community about hate crimes, what it is, what forms it has and how to report it.

On the day the Campol Boxing Club and the Kezzacise Kids Zumba Club give free screenings, there will be free make-up, free popcorn and cotton candy, a free quiz with prizes, supported by Tesco Community Champion Joanne Pearson, free crafting and free Refreshments provided by Huntingdon North Ward Councilors.

There will also be some information booths from different partner organizations on what they do locally.

Huntingdonshire Community Group founder, Patrick Kadewere, said: "With the rise of hate crime incidents in Huntingdon, we consider it very important to hold this awareness event so that local residents know what to do if they are victims or witnesses to one Hatred is crime, we are building new partnerships and stronger links in the community to address this issue and we hope to expand and improve the reporting services in Huntingdon. "

On October 16, at the Priory Center in St. Neots, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, an event will be held with hate criminals Aggie Fisher.