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RESCUE DAY
 9th JULY 2016
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Welcome

Welcome to Rescue Day 2016 where you will witness all the major emergency services in action.

Rescue Day 2016 will be held on Saturday July 9th at

7 Lakes Country Park just off junction 2 of the M180 motorway in North Lincolnshire. This will be the seventh year the event has been held and promises to be bigger and better than ever before with more displays and exhibitors coming along to show off their skills and equipment. Make sure you come along and have a fantastic fun day.

This special day will raise funds for emergency services related charities and local community projects.

10:30am - 5pm Gates Open From 9am

Free Parking & Programme - Entry £10.00 Adult  

£5.00 Under 16’s & OAP’s - Family of 4 £20.00

What's the purpose?

Public interest in the invaluable work carried out by the emergency services has reached an all time high with several television programmes following their every move. The purpose of Rescue Day is to bring together as many of our rescue services as possible in one place to demonstrate ‘live’ what they do and how they do it. Raising public awareness on safety issues such as the dangers of open waters, road safety, fire prevention and general community safety issues combined with an interesting yet fun day out is the aim of this special day.

Rescue Day also gives the emergency services the chance to show off their skills to the public in a realistic yet non critical environment.    


 

Who is involved?

Rescue Day is organised jointly by Humberside Fire & Rescue Service, 7 Lakes Country Park, Humberside Police and a growing number of Emergency Service agencies. BDV Recovery, TATA Steel, VolkerRail, Network Rail and Holmatro are major sponsors together with several rescue equipment manufacturers so there will be plenty of action throughout the day as the services demonstrate technique and equipment. Demonstrations will include Level Crossing Train / RTC extrication, Water Rescue, Police Dogs & House Fire Rescue. Over the past four years the list of agencies wishing to attend has grown so keep an eye on the ‘The Line Up’ page for the latest news.    


 

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