Cromer station open day

Ambulance line up blue sky

A charity that supports bereaved children in Norfolk is being supported by an ambulance service open day this Sunday (5th July).

The open day, which will raise funds for Nelson’s Journey, will run from 10am to 4pm and will give members of the public the opportunity to meet staff and explore inside an ambulance and rapid response vehicle.

They will also be able find out more about the work of the Trust’s Hazardous Area Response Team (HART), cycle response unit, and meet community first responders.

The event will be attended by EEAST Chief Executive Anthony Marsh, Cromer Mayor Tim Adams, and also North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb is aiming to attend, pending Liberal Democrat leadership contest commitments.

The open day will also feature a vintage ambulance, live music and disco, bouncy castle, charity tombola and games, charity cake stall, refreshments and fast food.

A range of other emergency services and charities will also be attending, including Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, Coastguard, Norfolk Constabulary, East Anglian Air Ambulance, North Norfolk Old Peoples Forum, Red Cross, Norfolk Swift Response, Age Concern, Alzheimer’s Society, and Norfolk County Council’s Joy of Food Team.

For more information about the work of Nelson’s Journey, visit

Published 2nd July 2015 

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