Romford Market to undergo transport transformation as part of police safety fun day

PUBLISHED: 11:44 10 August 2016 | UPDATED: 11:44 10 August 2016

Some of the cars on show at last year's fun day

Some of the cars on show at last year's fun day


Vintage emergency vehicles of days gone by along with today’s modern fleet will be parked up in the town’s busy market place.

More vehicles on show in Romford's Market Place from last yearMore vehicles on show in Romford's Market Place from last year

Youngsters have the chance to try on uniforms and sit in emergency vehicles tomorrow, at an event aimed at educating all ages.

The free event is now in its third year with officers on hand to speak to families about travel safety.

People of all ages are invited to join the fun in Romford’s Market Place from 10am-4pm.

The market will have police cars, fire engines, buses and motorbikes on show.

There will also be visits from the Marine Policing Unit, police horses and dogs and wildlife crime officers.

Other entertainment will come in the form of music from the Police Five O band performing on stage.

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