Thousands tuned into Kent Fire and Rescue Service's first online open day back in May.
Now, thanks to the success of the first, a second is planned this week.
Going live at 11am on the fire service’s Facebook channel on Thursday, August 6, it will feature videos posted through the day until 2pm, including hearing from KFRS staff.
Viewers will also be able to ,virtually explore Ramsgate fire station and see specialist equipment, including from the Animal Rescue Unit.
There will also be videos presented by members of the Byrnes family and the education team.
There will even be an online activity trail with open day videos and safety questions, that families and little ones can have fun filling out at home. Once completed, families will be able to enter a competition to win a visit to their local Kent fire station, to be taken when safe to do so.
Chief executive Ann Millington said: “We were so pleased with the success of our first Online Open Day in May, and we can’t wait to see what families will think of our second event.
"Our firefighters and staff have worked hard to create the next set of family-friendly videos, which aim to capture the same fun feeling of a normal open day, but with more interactive learning from home.”
“It may also be the summer holidays now, but learning about fire safety is still incredibly important- especially with many people spending more time at home during this time cooking, using electricals and having barbecues."
You can watch along on the Facebook channel here.