Cheshire’s police and fire services are once again holding a The Blue Light Open Day – opening their doors for the public to see the work that goes on around the clock.
This year there’ll be interactive displays and exhibitions giving the public a chance to see the nature of the work going on and how the two emergency services work together.
The event, which is free for all, will take place at Clemonds Hey in Winsford from 11.30 am to 4.30pm on Sunday 14 July.
The event is suitable for all ages – with free activities including face painting, climbing wall and a crafts area to keep little ones entertained.
Open Day is free with a ticket which will be available online from 12 noon on Monday, 17 June – on a first come, first served basis.
You can register for your tickets by following a booking link at https://www.cheshire.police.uk/blue-light-community-engagement-day-2019/ .
The link will be made live when tickets become available.
When booking tickets, you need to ensure that each ticket is in the name of each individual attending, including children and babies. You cannot bulk order tickets under one name.
You can either print the ticket out, which will have a unique barcode which will be scanned when you enter HQ, or you can show the barcode via your smart phone when attending on the day.