Taking place at 7 Lakes Country Park, Wharf Road, Crowle on Saturday 7 July 2018
Gates open: 9:30am to 5.00pm
Official opening ceremony: 10:15am
Standard Ticket Entry Prices on the gate:
- Adults – £10.00 each
- Children 15 years old and younger – £5.00 each
- Under 5s – Free
- Family of 4 (2 x Adults & 2 x Children) £20.00
Tickets can be purchased online in advance: BUY TICKETS ONLINE
**10% discount when purchasing tickets online – using discount code RESCUEDAY10
Online discount available for a limited time only, Terms and Conditions apply**
Payment online is via PayPay (PayPal account or Debit/Credit Card).
Tickets can be purchased on the gate, at standard price as listed above. Cash only on the gate – No card payments.
A Show programme – £1 will be on sale online and at the gate – includes a full event layout, schedule and listing of the live displays throughout the day.
By road: 7 Lakes Country Park is located on the A161 just off junction 2 of the M180 between Ealand and Crowle. 15 minutes from Scunthorpe via A18; 25 minutes from Doncaster via A18 or M180. Event signage will be displayed.
By train: Trains to and from Crowle Railway Station (which is 5 minutes walk from Rescue Day) run hourly to/from Scunthorpe and Doncaster. See www.nationalrail.co.uk for train times and information.
Car parking is free. Full signage to car parking will be displayed. 5mph speed limit in all car parks.
Please pay attention to Parking Stewards who will be on hand to assist smooth and safe parking process.
There will be strictly no roadside parking in the vicinity of the event – official car parks must be used. Vehicles parking in unauthorised areas maybe subject to parking enforcement.
No dogs will be allowed on site, except assistance dogs. Assistance dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs must not be left unattended in vehicles in any of the car parks by event visitors or exhibitors.
This is an outdoor event. Car parking and the Rescue Day site (7 Lakes Country Park) is located on grassed land which maybe uneven in places and therefore maybe unsuitable for some visitors.
Toilets located across the site and will be signed and shown on the event map within the programme.
First aid stations will be located across the site and will be signed and shown on the event map within the programme.
Food, drink and refreshment outlets will be available on site.
Children under 16 MUST be accompanied by a responsible paying adult.
Responsible adults must ensure children are supervised at all times. A family meeting point/lost children’s area will be shown on the event map.
Please be aware that the event involves live action displays including emergency and other vehicles, boats, working dogs, loud noises, emergency vehicle sirens and lights, pyrotechnic fire and smoke.
Display areas will be fenced off and all members of the public should keep out of these areas at all times.
Care should be taken next to the lake and other areas of water.
There is strictly no swimming or paddling permitted within the lake or other areas of water on the site.
Children should be kept under supervision at all times and extra care taken when close to display areas, near to moving vehicles, in car parks, and near to the water.
Please arrive early for extra security measures. This will help prevent delays in getting into the event.
Be patient with security checks and help the staff to help you. We know it is inconvenient but they are there to keep you safe. Any refusal will result in entry being denied.
It is essential that you do not bring unnecessary items to the event; this will help to speed up searches and your entry to the event.
If you spot someone acting suspiciously, report it to police or to security staff immediately: don’t leave it to someone else. #ActionCountersTerrorism
In an emergency, if you think there is an immediate risk, always call 999 and look around you for help from staff – especially those with radios who can raise the alarm quickly.
Don’t leave bags unattended or anywhere they could cause a security scare. And never agree to look after anyone else’s bags, no matter how plausible their story.
If there is an incident, listen to staff and announcements on the Public Address system. Organisers have emergency plans in place to help you keep safe.
Remember, the chance of being caught in a terrorism incident is small. But if it happens – Run, Hide, Tell.