Five Valleys Shopping Centre in Stroud is partnering with Gloucestershire Police for an emergency services day on Sunday 5th of September.
From 10am-3pm there will be activities in Five Valleys Shopping Centre and along King Street, designed to support and raise awareness for the emergency services, both local and national.
On King Street, the Stroud neighbourhood policing team will be offering free on-site bike marking in collaboration with BikeRegister, which helps protect your bike from thieves with their unique bike marking system.
Indoors at Five Valleys there will be live music in the main market seating area from 12pm-2pm, as well as a children’s craft table with emergency services themed activities.
Five Valleys’ independent department store, Sandersons Boutique are giving Blue Light Card holders 15% off across all departments in store on Sunday from 11am-4pm.
Jess Derham, Five Valleys Market and Events Manager said:“We are really looking forward to hosting the Emergency Services day this Sunday which will be a day to celebrate our fantastic, local Emergency Service workers.
“The brilliant team from Gloucestershire Police will be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions you have, plus we have live music and kids craft activities in the market area to make this Sunday a fun-day!”
Emergency Services Day will take place this Sunday (5th September) from 10am-3pm at Five Valleys Shopping Centre in Stroud. Visit www.fivevalleysstroud.co.uk for more information.