KEIGHLEY Fire Station opened its doors to the public.

Members of white watch organised this year’s annual open day, at the Bradford Road station.

A host of attractions was on offer, with Freddy the fire engine giving children – and adults – rides around the site.

Haworth & Worth Valley fire cadets attended. They staged demonstrations and served-up coffees and teas.

There were stalls, games including guess the name of the teddy and the number of sweets in a jar, a bouncy castle and a football skills challenge. Among the stalls was one provided by Toyland, while another raised money for The Fire Fighters Charity – the day’s beneficiary.

Oscar, ten, and Lily Creed, eight, are pictured trying on helmets