Singleton SES Community Engagement Officer, Simone Burrows, says they had a fantastic turn out at the inaugural Emergency Services Expo. “So this year we have endeavoured to make it bigger and better to draw in a larger crowd,” she says.
“All the emergency services have come together and put in a lot work to make the event possible. So come along and support the services that continuously support our community.”
So come along and support the services that continuously support our communitySimon Burrows
It’s all happening this Saturday on March 17 at Townhead park. Entry is free, all ages are welcome, and it starts at 10am. Event schedule:
- 11.00am: Rural Fire Service fire demonstration;
- 11.30am: Mascot race;
- 12.00pm: SES flood demonstration ;
- 12.30pm: Car crash scenario which brings together NSW Police, NSW Ambulance and NSW Fire and Rescue.
Mines rescue will also have a virtual reality system set up to allow community members to participate in a simulated emergency situations. While the Salvation Army will have food for sale from their catering truck, and there are loads of fun activities for the children planned.