Cromer station opens its doors to support children’s charity

Ambulance line up blue sky

Early next month (July), it’s the annual Cromer ambulance station open day.

The free event will be held on Sunday, 2nd July at the station on Middlebrook Way, Cromer from 10am to 3pm.

All proceeds raised will go to Nelson’s Journey, a charity that supports bereaved children in Norfolk.

Daisy the vintage ambulance will be on show as well as Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, Norfolk Police, RNLI, Norfolk Accident Rescue Service, and the East Anglian Air Ambulance will also have a stand.

There will also be live music and refreshments and tea and cake stalls.

Organiser Dale Meacham-Roberts, Cromer Duty Locality Officer, said: “The open day is a great opportunity to welcome the community to the station and get all our partners together to celebrate the work of our emergency services and charities.

“People will get a behind the scenes look at the ambulance service as well as raising money for a very worthy cause.”

For more information about the work of Nelson’s Journey, visit http://www.nelsonsjourney.org.uk/default.aspx.

Published 24th June, 2017

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