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WALES: Safety day for bonfire night.

HELP and advice on how to organise safe bonfires will be given to the public at a Community Safety Day in Mold.

Fire, police and ambulance staff will be sharing their experiences between 10.30 and 3.30pm on Sunday, October 8.

The day has been arranged by Flintshire Neighbourhood Watch

Tips will be given on how both adults and children can stay safe while having fun during the Halloween and bonfire period.

Fire officers will hold chip pan fire demonstrations, while police will show-off the latest CCTV cameras as well as the cars, engines and ambulances behind the sirens and flashing lights.

Mold Fire Station watch manager, Peter Edwards, said: "The day will be great fun for all the family, with a number of activities going on. All the agencies involved will be on hand to give help and advice on how to keep as safe as possible in your homes and while out and about during the bonfire and Halloween season. So come along - everyone is welcome."
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 3, 2006
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