VISITORS to the open day at the Greater Manchester Fire
Service Museum this Sunday can improve their car security whilst
they explore the exhibits.
Officers from Greater Manchester Police will be at the museum to
promote their Safe Plate Campaign and will be fitting of anti-theft
number plate screws for free.
All the museum's attractions will be available along with
souvenir and home-made refreshment stalls so visitors can enjoy the
museum while their vehicle is being made less attractive to
Community Safety Teams will also be on hand to advise visitors
on home fire safety and smoke alarms - they will also be offering
Home Safety Checks.
Drivers should come into the fire station back yard on Richard
The event runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, March 4,
and admission to the museum, car parking and Safe Plate
fitting is all FREE.
For more information about the museum, please go to www.manchesterfire.gov.uk/about_us/fire_museum.aspx.
For a Home Safety Check, which as well as advice and support,
may include GMFRS fitting up to two free smoke alarms, please call
on 0800 555 815 or visit