Emergency Services Day
- Date May 1, 2017
- Time 9:30a.m. - 5:00p.m.
- Suitable for Everyone
Every conceivable vehicle and pieces of apparatus used in the emergency services will grace the Museum site in an impressive line-up of display vehicles.
This event continues to grow in popularity and presents an exciting but safe environment for you to witness the serious nature of what men and women do all over the country every day to make our world safe and save lives. Get up close to the forces and chat to experts about their particular field.
This year we will also be welcoming back Fireman Sam to the Museum. Sam will be making personal appearances on site at intervals throughout the day to see to his fans. Don’t miss out on this chance to meet the nation’s favourite firefighter!
Displays include J&A recovery Tanker Tilt demonstrations, Surrey Fire & Rescue Service and South East Coast Ambulance Service. Representing the police services will be an armed response vehicle, motorway patrol cars and from 1966, a Volvo 121 Amazon Estate believed to be the first foreign police car used in the UK.
Normal Museum Admission Applies:
Seniors & Students £10
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £30
Children (5-16) £6
BTM & LBPT members FREE
If you wish to bring an Emergency Services vehicle to the event, please contact Donna Hopton on the email address below.
Brooklands Museum [email protected] 01932 857381
Gates open for visitors at 9.30am with visitor parking in The Heights off Wellington Way - please follow event signage.