FIREFIGHTERS will swap their fire engines for a bouncey castle this weekend at the Bletchley fire Station open day.
Taking place on Saturday. the event runs from 12 noon to 4pm and will be raising money for The Fire Fighters Charity.
The station has lined up a programme of events that will provide vital fire safety and road safety messages as well as entertainment for the whole family.
Firefighters will be staging a number of displays, and there will be a variety of stalls and sideshows. A display by Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service’s Urban Search and Rescue crew, based at Aylesbury, has also been arranged.
The three vehicles based at Bletchley Fire Station - a rescue pump, a combined rescue pump and water tanker and the British Red Cross Fire and Emergency Support Service motor caravan - will be on display, along with a restored fire engine.
Other attractions include a bouncy castle, a hog roast and a barbecue.
The Fire Fighters Charity is a national charity which provides assistance to serving and retired fire and rescue service staff, their families and dependants.
Bletchley Fire Station is in Sherwood Drive, near Bletchley Railway Station.