The Moor is welcoming back their ever-popular 999 Family Fun Day in conjunction with the National Emergency Services Museum.
On the 15th of May The Moor will be hosting a fun-filled family fun day which will fire up your imagination and allow you to come face-to-face with some of the amazing vehicles and people that form our emergency services.
Between 11am and 4pm visitors to The Moor will be able to learn about today’s emergency services and vital life safety whilst you chat to Firefighters, Police Office, Ambulance personnel and the volunteers of the RNLI, who will be showcasing the vehicles, equipment, and role that they play in society.
Visitors will also be able to find out about the role volunteers and supporters of charity-based rescue services such as the RNLI and Yorkshire Ambulance do, and as Summer approaches learn about how to stay safe whilst out and about this summer.
There will be lots of free fun to get involved with including, emergency vehicles old and new, try on some uniform and you could even have a ride in a fire engine.
Amanda Phillips, centre manager for The Moor, said: “We are delighted to welcome back our popular 999 Family Fun Day to The Moor. This event has always been a great success in the past and we look forward to seeing everyone get involved with the free fun.
“We hope to bring lots of people to Sheffield City Centre and support the National Emergency Services Museum whilst showing how much we value our dedicated emergency services”.
The Moor will also be holding a social media competition where social media users have the chance to win one of two annual passes to the National Emergency Services Museum. Visit their Facebook page to be entered into a draw for the chance to win.