Police dressed in special clothing and scaling the facade of the Fgura Local Council building were indeed an unusual sight for those who attended the annual ‘Car Free Day’ activity.
The main road of Fgura, which is usually crowded with traffic, has now been closed for the ninth consecutive year for various sports activities, as well as exhibitions by law enforcement and Civil Protection.
In addition to absailing exhibitions by the Police, there were also Police from the K9 Unit with their dogs. Firefighters gave various rescue shows, and even provided an opportunity for the children to learn how to put out a fire.
The light entertainment did not disappoint, where among others father and son who gained fame through the TVM Malta’s Got Talent program sang; Joemike and Lydon performed.
The organizer of the event, Councilor Adrian Tanti, told TVM that it was very gratifying that after many months of uncertainty brought about by the pandemic, this activity was once again successful and brought together the community of Fgura and the surrounding area.
The event was supported by Transport Malta, the Ministry of Interior, National Security and Law Enforcement, and the Ministry of Energy, Enterprise and Sustainable Development.