The Moor Sheffield is welcoming back by popular demand their 999 Family Fun Day in association with the National Emergency Services Museum. The event will take place on Sunday 21st of May between 11am and 4pm.
This free, fun-filled day for all the family will put you face-to-face with emergency service workers and some of the amazing vehicles, both old and new, that they use.
Experience engaging free activities throughout the day, from a smoke house experience and look at a speed camera van, to getting your fingerprints taken, trying on real uniform and even a bouncy castle.
Visitors to The Moor will learn about today’s emergency services and vital life safety from local Firefighters, Police Officers, Ambulance personnel and volunteers of the RNLI and Yorkshire Ambulance.
Lee Appleton, centre manager for The Moor, said: “We’re delighted to have the ever-popular 999 Family Fun Day back on The Moor. This event has been a great success in the past and we look forward to seeing everyone get involved once again in this day of 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 local emergency services.”
The Moor will also be holding a social media competition where followers will have the chance to win one of two annual passes to the National Emergency Services Museum. Visit The Moor’s Facebook page to be entered into the draw to win.