Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s ‘Safety Central’ education centre has been recognised at a national level.
The team of 14, aged between 16 and 25, have been busy painting the indoor gym facilities in the club’s colours at Golden Star A.B.C Sports and Fitness Centre, Princes Road, Ellesmere Port.
Dedicated firefighters who have served for 20 years were honoured at a ceremony at Carden Park this week.
The Long Service Good Conduct medal was presented to 19 serving firefighters and five fire staff members received the Continuous Service Medal from the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs MBE.
The 24 members of staff have collectively
Smoking is not only bad for your health, it can also cause fires that put lives at risk.
Encouraging households across the county to purchase and test smoke alarms will be the focus of a national month-long campaign supported by Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service celebrated the talent of the future at an annual event which saw more than 50 Cheshire Fire Cadets in attendance.
Business owners in Chester will receive a visit from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service on Wednesday 27 February as part of an initiative to keep the city’s buildings safe.
Four firefighters from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service have signed up to run in the Greater Manchester Marathon to raise money for charity.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is reminding people ahead of Valentine’s Day about the importance of candle safety.
A woman who was rescued from a house fire on her first birthday has been reunited with the firefighters who saved her life.
During the February half term, many children across Cheshire will be spending more time in the kitchen.
A poorly four-year-old boy from Little Stanney who is obsessed with fire engines had ‘the time of his life’ visiting Ellesmere Port Fire Station.
Supporting Register My Appliance Day on the 24 January 2019, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is keen to remind local residents to take a few minutes on the Register my appliance website to register the large appliances they rely on every day to handle essential chores, chill food and cook for their families.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) is moving closer to the top of LGBT charity Stonewall's prestigious Top 100 Employers list for 2019.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service are looking for young people from the Macclesfield area to start on a free The Prince's Trust course next month.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service has been accredited with White Ribbon Status as part of its pledge to protect vulnerable people in Cheshire.
Cheshire Firefighter and Community Safety Apprentices are hosting a game show and quiz night to raise money for a charity, which builds schools for children in Nepal.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is working with the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) as part of a national campaign encouraging people to become on-call firefighters.
A group of young people from Winsford have just completed The Prince's Trust Programme and celebrated their success at a graduation ceremony.
A woman from Ellesmere Port is urging residents to take care when using tumble dryers after a fire destroyed her kitchen.
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