Crew Manager Shaun Harrison said;
“We are delighted with our ongoing relationship with Beverley Town Council in assisting with decorating the town. Previously, we have helped with the Jubilee Celebrations and also when the Olympic Torch came to Beverley.”
“By proving our assistance it allows us to engage with the local community by helping put up decorations where ever a ladder is needed.”
“People have been worried about the lack of decoration on show in the town as we approach the event. However, we are leaving it as late as possible, so they do not look tatty.”
“We only had a £1000 budget which does not go very far though we have provided flags to local primary schools to decorate.”
With the help of Humberside Fire & Rescue Service, Mr. Jack says the council will be decorating North Bar and hopefully also Black Mill, both of which have received the support of ERYC.
Mr. Harrison said;
“We are going to go to the Black Mill and see what the ground is like. If it is solid and can take a ladder, then we will look to wrap it in blue and yellow on the Thursday before the big race.”
“The event will also give us the opportunity to speak to people about fire in the home safety and generally engage with people.”
Some of the top names in cycling will be appearing in the race with Sir Bradley Wiggins confirming he will be taking time out from his Olympic preparations to race.
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