Children’s charity benefits from Cromer ambulance station event

Hundreds of visitors descended on Cromer ambulance station for its open day. Picture: Adam Gretton

Hundreds of visitors descended on Cromer ambulance station for its open day. Picture: Adam Gretton - Credit: Archant

Hundreds of people descended on Cromer ambulance station on its open day, which raised more than £600 for Nelson's Journey, which supports bereaved children in Norfolk.

Visitors were able to explore inside an ambulance, rapid response vehicle, fire engine, police van and Daisy, the vintage ambulance.

The event was attended by Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, Norfolk Constabulary, Norfolk Accident Rescue Service, RNLI, Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue, the army, and East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Organiser Dale Meacham-Roberts, who is a duty locality officer for the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST), said: 'I'd like to thank everyone who attended our third open day at Cromer. The sun was shining and several hundred attended.

'I'd like to thank all the EEAST staff who helped out and the emergency services and charities that attended.'


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