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Emergency services hold family event in Thame

Thames Valley Police 4

7:50am 13th August 2017

There's a chance for you to meet our emergency services in Thame today.

Running from 10am until 4pm, it's an event organised by the neighbourhood police team, with activities for children.

You'll be able to chat to teams and see emergency vehicles at the Southern Road recreation ground.

Mascots will also be there.

PCSO James Hopkin, who is coordinating this year's event, said:

"The 2016 Thame Emergency Services Day was a huge success, with local families coming out to meet us and learn about our different roles.

"We're happy to be working with our partners in the South Central Ambulance Service and Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue again, and thankful to Thame Town Council for supporting our event.

"We're looking forward to seeing you there."

It's free entry, and there is free public parking is available in Thame town centre a short walk from the recreation ground.

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