Emergency Services are coming together in Hornsea to hold a funday between 11am and 5pm on Sunday 28 August close to Hornsea Police station on South Promenade.
The event itself will be raising money for Hornsea Inshore Rescue – the town’s independent lifeboat.
The local policing team will be in attendance offering crime prevention advice, offering guidance on registering property on www.immobilise.com and discuss any community safety issues.
In addition there will be there will be a vintage fun fair, food and drink stalls, tombola’s and other fundraising incentives.
Other partners will also be holding engaging activities for the public including:
• CPR demonstrations and training by North East Medical Services.
• A road traffic collision extraction demonstration by Humberside Fire and Rescue.
• A possible flypast by the coastguard search and rescue helicopter.
• RAF Bomb Disposal displays and demonstration.
Special Constable Ben Colombari from the Hornsea Community Policing Team said: “This is a great opportunity for the people of Hornsea to come together and raise money for an invaluable local charity. There’s loads to do for families and many demonstrations to enjoy. I would encourage everyone to come along to the police stand and find out about the various ways you can keep yourself and your property safe from crime. Fingers crossed for a sunny bank holiday weekend and don’t forget to drop by the police stall and say hello.”
Agencies taking part in the event include: Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, HM Coastguard, Hornsea Inshore Rescue, Yorkshire 4x4 Response, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, North East Medical Services, Kingston Upon Hull Voluntary Emergency Service, Mammal Rescue, UK Border Force and Royal Air Force Bomb Disposal.