Get a behind the scenes look at the ambulance service in Cromer

Cromer councillors Tim Adams and John Frosdick on a previous visit to the town's ambulance station.

Cromer councillors Tim Adams and John Frosdick on a previous visit to the town's ambulance station. Picture: DAVE 'HUBBA' ROBERTS - Credit: DAVE 'HUBBA' ROBERTS

A popular ambulance station open day will give visitors a unique insight into the work of the emergency services in Norfolk.

Ambulance, fire, police, critical care charities and a host of other organisations will be at the free event, in Middlebrook Way, Cromer, on Sunday, July 2, from 10am to 3pm.

The open day provides an opportunity for people to find out more about the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST), meet staff and volunteers, and explore inside an ambulance and rapid response vehicle.

Daisy, the vintage ambulance, will be on show and there will also be live music and refreshments and tea and cake stalls.

Proceeds will go to Nelson's Journey, a charity that supports bereaved children in Norfolk.


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Organiser Dale Meacham-Roberts, who is a duty locality officer for EEAST, said: 'People will get a behind the scenes look at the ambulance service.'

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