Firelink Enewsletter - September 2019
Welcome to the September edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter
Emotive video launched by the Service
Cheshire’s emergency services have released a powerful account of how a fatal collision affects not only the driver and their family, but everyone else subsequently involved.
The emotive video highlights the devastation collisions cause with emergency services staff speaking out about how responding to these incidents affect them personally.
Shockingly, 46 people lost their lives on Cheshire’s roads in 2018. That’s 46 families worlds brought crashing down and 46 times emergency services staff witnessed the subsequent tragedy unfold.
Find out more - Emotive video launched by the Service
Annual report 2019
Cheshire Fire Authority has published its 2019 Annual Report.
The Annual Report sets out how the Service has performed over the last 12 months, looks at some notable achievements and it also takes a look at what the future might hold for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Find out more - Annual report 2019
Snowdon climb raises over £1,000 for charities
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.
A mixed team of Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) firefighters and International Search and Rescue Team (ISAR) members overcame tough weather conditions and a puncture to push Vicki Griffiths up the highest mountain in Wales on Friday 6 September.
Find out more - Snowdon climb raises over £1,000 for charities
Charity Car Washes 2019
Firefighters with the help of fire cadets and volunteers, will be out with their buckets, sponges and soap to help raise as much money as they can for The Fire Fighters Charity.
Find out more - Charity Car Washes 2019
Message Sent By
Ashley Lawton (Cheshire Police / Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, Administrator, Corporate Communications)