FUN, games and fire safety were on show at Milford Haven fire station's annual open day on Saturday (July 28).

The family-friendly event once again mixed education and entertainment, giving an insight into the range of incidents crew members deal with.

Firefighters showed how they cut into a car after a road accident, the dangers of passengers sitting with their knees on the dash board while driving and the hazard posed by undeployed airbags, and how they extinguish chip pan fires.

The team also demonstrated a rescue from height, a water rescue, and visitors got to experience how disorientating it is to be in a smoke-filled room.

There was also information on how people can become an on-call firefighter, plus facepainting, a chance to 'play' in the fire engines, thermal imaging camera displays, and hose demonstrations to keep little ones busy.

Despite heavy rain for part of the day, hundreds turned out to support their local station, with members of the town's Neighbourhood Policing Team also in attendance.