Each year, Electrical Safety First works with the Government's Fire Kills campaign to promote electrical fire safety in the home.
With half of accidental domestic fires starting in the kitchen, in 2013 we focused on kitchen 'grime fires' - caused by a build up of dirt on cooking appliances or through storing flammable materials close to vents, for example, using the top of a microwave as extra storage.
We visited the Braehead Shopping Centre in Glasgow and the Meadowhall Centre in Sheffield in early October.
Visitors to our stand were invited to complete a circuit of our giant 'buzz wire' game - with the fastest time each day winning a prize. Local Councillors, MPs and representatives from local Fire and Rescue Services joined us to talk to people about their experiences and the simple steps they can take to improve electrical safety in their homes.
This activity follows similar events in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol, Brighton and Newcastle and we hope to visit more cities over the coming months.
Find out about our recent campaigns for Electrical Fire Safety Week: