More than £4,000 was raised for the Fire Fighters Charity over the weekend as people flocked to meet Bolton's emergency services.

Bolton Fire Station held its annual open day on Saturday for people to meet the team, as well as the town's police force and Bolton Mountain Rescue Team.

Hundreds flocked to see the work firefighters do, watch demonstrations, from rope exercises to rescues at road traffic collisions.

Visitors were also given advice on how to keep themselves and loved ones safe.

The money raised to support the charity was £4,884.

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said: Thanks to everyone who came to Bolton Fire Station Open Day.

Families have contacted us, to say how much they enjoyed it."

The Fire Fighters Charity provides vital advice and aid to firefighters in need of support.