LARGE kite demonstrations are among the entertainment at Hoylake Lifeboat Station's Open Day tomorrow.

There will also be trade stands, charity stalls, raffles, small funfair attractions and tours of the lifeboat during the free public event at Hoylake Promenade.

Hoylake Lifeboat and hovercraft will be on display and the public will be able to come aboard meet the crew and have a look around.

West Kirby Lifeboat crew will be there with their inshore Lifeboat and Hagland tractor.

Representatives from the coastguard, Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) and other rescue services will be displaying their rescue equipment.

The boathouse will be open for the sale of souvenirs, Christmas cards, calendars and refreshments.

Children's entertainment includes an inflatable assault course and funfair.

Event spokeswoman Carole Jackson told the Globe: "We are looking forward to welcoming the NGT (Northern Kite Group) back again this year flying their giant kites from the beach.

"We are hoping for a fine day.

"The event is free and you will see members of the crew with collection buckets along the promenade.

"We hope everyone has a great time and would only ask please do not lock pets in cars."

The event takes place from 10am to 5pm.

The promenade will be closed to traffic from 8am to 6pm.