Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service - 17th July 2015 6:00am
This Weekend there will be a Free Open Day at Tarporley Fire Station
Firefighters would like you to join them at Tarporley Fire Station when they open the doors for a community open day on Saturday 18th July from 12:30pm to 4:30pm.
Please bring your family and friends along to this free event, where there will be:
Road traffic collision demonstrations
Fire cadets drills
Fire engines- vintage fire engines and modern fire engines
Firefighters offering fire safety tips
Watch Manager David Windsor explains: "I believe that many people will be surprised at the variety of work the fire and rescue service does to prevent as well as deal with emergencies.
"We are looking forward to showing visitors the kind of equipment we use on a daily basis and of course the fire engine, which is everyone's favourite. As a modern day fire and rescue service, Cheshire concentrates on prevention so we hope that visitors will have a great day but also take away some safety messages to help keep them safe in the future"
Refreshments will be available to buy.
The fire station is on Birch Heath Road, Tarporley.
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