Become a volunteer
Transcript - Become an adult volunteer (new window, PDF 9KB)
We have a positive and proactive approach to volunteering in line with the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service vision, of "no deaths, injuries or damage from fires and other emergencies".
There are currently some 300 people that volunteer within the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Volunteer Unit.
Our volunteers really do make a difference to the communities they live in, through informative, educational and practical help.
By volunteering you not only help communities throughout Cheshire, but also improve your CV, meet likeminded people, boost your confidence and improve your communication skills.
This section provides an overview of the volunteer roles available to you. You can choose a volunteer opportunity that suits your existing skills and time commitments, however, we are more than happy for you to volunteer for various roles if you wish to do so.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service volunteering programme activities include:
We currently have a number of volunteer vacancies
Volunteer application pack
The volunteer application pack provides further information about the programme.
Volunteer application pack (new window, PDF 1583KB)
Volunteering booklet (new window, PDF 306KB)
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please complete the application forms:
Become an adult volunteer
Become an adult volunteer working with cadets
If you want any more information please contact us:
The Prevention Office
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service HQ
Telephone: Claire Bennett on 01606 868654
Booking request form
If you would like a Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service vintage vehicle to attend your event, please download and complete the booking form and return to the Volunteer Coordinator, Sadler Road, Winsford, Cheshire, CW7 2FQ email@example.com.
Heritage Vehicle Booking Request For (new window, Word Document 332KB)
Volunteer Time Sheet (new window, Word Document 325 KB)
Mileage Expense Form (new window, Word Document 131 KB)
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