The event, Tuesday Fun Day, is to be held at Marshlands Children Centre, Hall Road, Goole on Tuesday, 21 August between 12noon and 3pm.
Local services, including East Riding of Yorkshire Council, East Riding Safeguarding Children Board, East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board, Humberside Police, ERVAS and Humberside Fire and Rescue will all be available for advice ranging from benefit advice, fire safety, road safety, carers support and family support.
The young people’s safeguarding group will be running a competition for young people to design an e-safety poster, there will be craft activities, face painting as well as bingo and cake stalls.
Annie Redmond, service manager, children’s safeguarding board and unit, said: “It’s a real opportunity to work with partners who have specialist knowledge, experience and resources to make this an interactive learning opportunity for young people and vulnerable adults.”
Trevor Collinson, service manager, adults safeguarding board, added:
“Safeguarding vulnerable adults is everyone’s business, and I hope that this event will raise the community’s awareness of some of the issues and provide a unique and fun opportunity for everyone to learn something about how they can help to keep people safe.”