Following on from last year’s success, the emergency services are back on Sunday 19th August on Hove Lawns and there will be something for everyone!
Lots of fantastic exciting displays and demonstrations will be on show from East Sussex Fire and Rescue, Police Scenes of Crime Officers, the Coastguard, RNLI Lifeboats and a whole host of other partner agencies.
Part of the 999 Fun Day is about encouraging people, particularly the more vulnerable, to think of safety in every aspect of what they do, in the home, at the beach and on the roads, whilst also raising money for various charitable organisations.
Station Manager, Hove community fire station, Rob Martin, said: “This is a big community event, so it’s a fantastic opportunity to welcome the public we serve and demonstrate the wide range of preventative work East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service undertakes.
"All the team are really looking forward to the Open Day, and we’d love to see you and your family there.”
Inspector Richard Delacour, Brighton and Hove Neighbourhood Response Team, said: "The 999 Fun Day is about celebrating and raising awareness of the work that the emergency services do as well as giving the public lots of opportunities to ask questions and interact with all the partner agencies.