A SAFETY and advice day is to be held in Almondbury and Dalton/Rawthorpe.
Two events are being staged in the area on tomorrow in a bid to help people increase safety awareness and also provide information about the kind of services available to them.
The day starts at the Pop-In-Centre on Aldonley in Almondbury from 10am to 4pm and concentrates on safety in the home and the community.
There will be the chance to get free carbon monoxide detectors, locks and chains, secret purses to keep cash out of the reach of pickpockets and security lighting.
Stacey Rodgers, who lost her 10-year-old son Dominic to carbon monoxide poisoning, will be there.
Bicycles will be postcode stamped for free.
The event involves police, the Almondbury Ward Neighbourhood Policing Team, the fire service, the Kirklees Domestic Violence Co-ordinator and Kirklees Anti-Social Behaviour Unit.
There will be entertainment for children, including qualified playworkers, a face-painter and a clown.
The second event runs between 3.30pm and 7pm at the Dram Centre off Ridgeway, Rawthorpe.
This will involve the Dalton Neighbourhood Policing Team, the primary care trust, the Bene- fits Advice Agency, Community Support Services, Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, the Children's Centre Programme and the Library Information Centre.
There will also be representatives from schools to promote various activities both inside and outside school.