The Trafford Centre will host the return of Emergency Services Day with displays, demonstrations and service vehicles.

A free, family event, there will be up to 100 emergency service vehicles on the day for visitors to see.

Representatives will be on hand to meet fans, talk about what they do on a daily basis and provide demonstrations.

The event has had high attendants in the past The event has had high attendants in the past (Image: Supplied)

Taking place in Regent 13 car park from 10am till 4pm on Thursday, August 1, the event celebrated the work emergency services do and will be attended by Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue, North West Ambulance Service, Greater Manchester Police and many more.

The event is expected to attract more than 10,000 people throughout the six-hour run time and will be officially opened with a ceremony from the Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester, Kate Green.

Simon Layton, centre director at Trafford Centre said: “It’s a privilege to welcome our dedicated emergency service teams from across the region for our much-loved Emergency Services Day, showcasing the amazing work they do day in, day out.

The day will be attended by multiple emergency service organisationsThe day will be attended by multiple emergency service organisations (Image: Supplied)

"There’s a host of fun things to get involved in, and it promises to be a fantastic day out for the whole family.”

Previous events have featured talks from survivors of incidents that emergency services have responded to, such as campaigner 'Brain Injury Brooke', a man who survived a serious car accident and was treated by North West Ambulance service.

Demonstrations at past events have included how Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue work to save people from road traffic collisions as well as how to deal with a chip pan fire.

The event is free to attend, as is parking in the various car parks at the Trafford Centre meaning that it is widely accessible for all to appreciate the work of the North West's emergency services.