Emergency services honored in Fermanagh

Crowds of people watched in awe as the district emergency services demonstrate the tremendous work they do during Emergency Services Day, which was recently hosted in Broadmeadow, Enniskillen by Fermanagh and Omagh Community Safety Partnership , in partnership with leading emergency service providers.

The main objective of this special event was to engage with the local community by highlighting and celebrating the fantastic work and dedication of emergency services across the district.

Every conceivable vehicle and device used by the emergency services – including an impressive range of display and service vehicles – graced the Broadmeadow so that all visitors could get closer to them.

Speaking about the event, Councilor Keith Elliott, Chairman of the Fermanagh and Omagh Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP), said: “Fermanagh and Omagh PCSP were delighted to once again be working in partnership with the emergency services sector to highlight the invaluable service they provide across the District, much of which remains unseen and unadvertised.

“I believe it is important that the community is aware of the importance of the work that they are doing.

“Collaboration between the PPCP and partner organizations to promote community safety and public education is integral to the role of the PPCP, and it was truly encouraging to see the large crowds of all ages who showed up that day- the.”

Visitors to the event, which drew a large crowd, took the opportunity to see up close the tremendous work undertaken by the emergency services in the district, with demonstrations from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, from the North West Mountain Rescue Team, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS), Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) Trust, Northern Ireland Prison Service and a special display by the PSNI Canine Team .

To cap off a busy day, there was an exciting helicopter exercise by the PSNI Air Support Unit, which regularly works in partnership with the Coast Guard, NIAS, NIFRS and other voluntary organisations. search and rescue.