St Albans fire station holding open day

PUBLISHED: 06:00 13 August 2016

St Albans fire station is holding an open day

St Albans fire station is holding an open day

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Vehicle-cutting demonstrations and a barbecue will be on offer for families during an open day event.

St Albans Fire Station will be holding its annual open day on Saturday, September 3, offering a range of activities.

On the day there will be a teddy bear parachute drop, a smoke experience and a bouncy castle.

The Mayor of St Albans, Cllr Frances Leonard, will be at the open day which runs from midday to 4pm at the fire station in London Road.

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