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28th April, 2017 - 07.53pm: A fire crew from Springbourne and a Landrover pump from Christchurch h...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 07.21pm: Fire crews from Wilton and Tisbury have extinguished a chimney fire at...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 06.57pm: One fire crew from Westbourne have extinguished a fire involving a sma...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 05.58pm: Fire crews from Maiden Newton and Yeovil (Devon and Somerset Fire and ...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 5.04pm: Yatton Keynell - One crew from Chippenham were called to a fire in a g...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 2.59pm: Upton - 2 pumps were mobilised from Poole to a car fire on the Upton B...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 12.20pm: Trowbridge - A crew from Bradford On Avon who were standing by at Trow...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 10.13am: Trowbridge - Crews from Trowbridge were called to a premises in Wingfi...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 9.00am: Bournemouth - A crew from Springbourne attended a property where they ...Read more

28th April, 2017 - 7.28am: Tetbury - A crew from Malmesbury assisted Gloucestershire Fire and Res...Read more

Fire Fighters Charity

The Fire Fighters Charity – which started life as the Fire Services National Benevolent Fund – is the UK’s leading provider of services that enhance quality of life for serving and retired firefighters, fire personnel and their families.

These services are vital to ensuring that the fire and rescue community stays fit and healthy. A range of support is available, including advice, signposting, residential rehabilitation, mental and emotional wellbeing, and recuperation programmes.

The Charity has three centres – in Devon, Cumbria and West Sussex – offering a range of support programmes including physical rehabilitation and recuperation, but also short breaks to give emotional recuperation to those who have suffered injury, illness, stress or bereavement.

With no government funding, the Charity is completely reliant on the generosity and enthusiasm of its supporters.

For further information, visit www.firefighterscharity.org.uk

Recycling

One of the Charity’s main income streams comes from recycling textiles and unwanted clothing. If you would like to support this scheme, the brightly coloured yellow clothing bins can be found at the following fire stations:

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