Emergency Services Funday – 3 March 2019
March 22, 2019
Orkney Police Scotland Youth Volunteers, Youth Scotland Volunteers and their Emergency Service partners did us proud at today’s Fun Day. Although fairly windy it stayed dry, the sun shone and there was a great turnout of bairns and big bairns! It was great to see our PSYV and Community Learning and Development West Mainland Youth Achievement Group successfully running the various stalls and attracting customers in. Rye was very enthusiastic and tested out every Emergency Service vehicle and even ended up in the police van’s holding cell for a while but was released for good behaviour. Chief Inspector Matt Webb drew the short straw and was soaked to the skin during his time in the stocks but he survived the dozens of wet sponges delivered by the peedie ones. Tea, juice and bakes in the Youth Café were much appreciated and gave a chance for folk to blether and catch-up. Thanks to all folk who turned out today and to our Service personnel, PSYV, Community Learning and Development West Mainland Youth Achievement Group and the Adult Helpers for giving up their Sunday to help raise funds through PSYV for Orkney Drugs Dog.
More pictures are available on the Orkney Drugs Dog Facebook and Twitter pages.