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Wednesday, 1 December 2021

November 2021 Enewsletter - Firelink

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Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service

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November 2021 Enewsletter - Firelink



Welcome to the November edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter.


APPLY NOW! Wholetime firefighter recruitment

Changing lives...saving lives, every day is different for a firefighter
If you’re passionate about changing lives in your community, and want to contribute to saving lives by reducing the risk of incidents, then being a firefighter is the role for you.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service does not just fight fires and rescue people.  In fact, only around five per cent of a firefighter’s time is spent attending incidents.  They are actively involved in their communities, carrying out prevention work to reduce the chance of fires happening in the first place, delivering road safety campaigns to reduce the number of road traffic collisions and working closely with young people through programmes such as The Prince’s Trust Team, Fire Cadets and Respect courses.
Our wholetime firefighter recruitment registration window is open until 12 midday Wednesday 8 December 2021.
Apply now! Wholetime firefighter recruitment

2022/2023 Draft Annual Action Plan Consultation

Cheshire Fire Authority has launched a consultation on its draft annual action plan for 2022-2023.
The Plan was developed to review progress against its key objectives that are set out in the Authority’s 2020-2024 Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) and to outline any emerging risks and new proposals to address these risks.
Read the draft annual action plan and have your say

Lucky escape from house fire in Chester

A Chester woman has spoken out about her lucky escape from a house fire, believed to have been caused by an electrical device, to help warn others.
The mum wants her story to help people understand the dangers of using electrical extension leads but also to highlight the importance of having smoke alarms fitted correctly.
Read more - Lucky escape from house fire in ChesterEmail tracking gif

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Ashley Lawton (Cheshire Police / Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, Administrator, Corporate

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