MORE than £2,400 worth of anti-burglary equipment was given to tenants and residents on part of the Brackenhall estate.
A grant of £2,495 from the Neighbourhood Renewal programme was spent on shed alarms, motion detectors and switches to make lamps light up.
More than 130 households received up to £15 worth of equipment to prevent break-ins and thefts at their homes and gardens.
Pc Mohammed Anwar, a local police officer, attended the event at Brackenhall United Reformed Church, along with crime prevention officer Pc Chris Green.
Thanks were extended to Linda Andrew, Deighton and Brackenhall Initiative development worker, who organised the grant and equipment.