High Peak Emergency Services Day

The thirteenth annual High Peak Emergency Services Display Day is being held on Sunday 13th June, opening at 10.00 and running through until 4.15 at the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton.

Come and meet your emergency services, both paid and volunteers and see them in action.

There are displays throughout the day including the fire, police and ambulance dealing with a road traffic collision.  Buxton Mountain Rescue Team carrying out rope evacuations from a scaffold tower, you can experience Derbyshire Cave Rescue Organisations simulated cave.

Marvel at the Search and Rescue Dogs locating lost people, witness the National Park Rangers dealing with a simulated moorland fire, and learn not to leave chip pans on a hot stove.

Come and ask questions, seek out the Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance, British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, Whaley – Chapel Community First Responders, Derby University Uniformed Services students and Neighbourhood Watch.

There is a childrens quiz, and an inter services challenge throughout the day and finally the dashing Billerettes will close the show.

We would like to thank, High Peak Borough Council, Buxton Advertiser and High Peak Scaffolding who have supported the show for many years.

Emergency Services Day Poster

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