Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service has been accredited with White Ribbon Status as part of its pledge to protect vulnerable people in Cheshire.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is on the lookout for more adult volunteers to join its cadet scheme.
Lifesavers have raised more than £1,000 for charities by completing a mountainous challenge involving a former firefighter who is paralysed from the waist down following a freak accident at the gym.
Nationwide week of action calling for chimneys to be swept - Cheshire firefighters are urging homeowners with coal fires and wood burners in their homes to think now and get their chimney swept.
A fun day for families to find out more about Warrington Community Fire Station has been organised by local firefighters.
Residents will be transported back in time during a fun day for all the family at Runcorn Fire Station.
Firefighters have now left the scene of the fire at the Beechmere supported living complex on Rolls Avenue in Crewe and have handed the property over to the owners.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched an investigation into the fire at the Beechmere residential complex in Crewe.
Community praised as firefighters continue to tackle blaze at residential complex in Crewe
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of search and rescue dog, Bryn.
A firefighter is getting in gear for a mammoth charity challenge in memory of his beloved auntie.
Children with cerebral palsy had the chance to squirt one of their teachers with a hose reel jet during a visit from Runcorn firefighters.
A fire that completely destroyed £6,000 playground equipment in Runcorn is believed to have been started deliberately.
Firefighters are calling on the young people of Alsager to take on a new and exciting challenge.
Firefighters extinguished three fires that are believed to have been started deliberately in the Halton Lodge area of Runcorn overnight.
People who enter open waters are being warned by firefighters not to swim in the Manchester Ship Canal.
A family in Barnton have released pictures of their home which was damaged in a fire to illustrate the importance of closing doors at night.
A work-focused training academy in Runcorn has supported a group of young people to gain valuable skills as part of a Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service-led The Prince’s Trust Programme.
A fun day for all the family has been organised to enable residents to find out more about Frodsham Fire Station.
Councillor Bob Rudd has been re-elected as Chair of Cheshire Fire Authority for the fourth year running at the Authority’s Annual General Meeting yesterday, June 19.
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