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Members of East Hull White Watch and Safer Roads Humber visited Burstwick Primary School recently to deliver a Firefighter experience.

Lily Cracknell was chosen as the winner of the make a model fire engine competition, which was advertised on the Service Facebook page. Lily built the fire engine from cardboard and it was said to "sprinkle rainbows and happiness wherever it went".

As part of her prize, a local Crew visited her school, Burstwick Primary, to educate the children about some of the equipment available on the engine, as well as a chance to squirt some water. Safer Roads Humber also visited to deliver a presentation to the school about the importance of wearing a seatbelt, and cycle helmets when on a bicycle.

The Service will be promoting more competitions on its Facebook page in the future. Click here to follow the Service on Facebook.