skip to content

Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service - Preventing, Protecting, Responding

News Archive

January 2015

Young people are to embark on a pioneering partnership project
Young people will be taking their first steps towards a successful career when they embark upon a pioneering partnership project next week.
Crews move into Rugeley's new £3 million community fire station
Crews have today moved into Rugeley’s new £3 million community fire station.
Week-long HFRC drive to boost safety for older people
Firefighters and trained technicians will be boosting safety in the homes of older people next week as part of a high profile campaign.
Chimney fire sparks safety warning
Firefighters have issued a safety warning in the wake of an ‘explosion’ which caused a chimney to collapse in Longton.
Firefighters speak out about shocking situations
Firefighters have revealed some of the most shocking living conditions they have witnessed when attending incidents in the homes of older people.
Crews move into Stone's new £3M community fire station
Crews have today moved into Stone’s new £3 million community fire station.
Hazard-ridden scene sparks a rise in HFRCs
An eye-catching scene depicting potential dangers that can be found in the home has attracted more than 90 Home Fire Risk Check (HFRC) referrals from older residents.
Nominate your 'Fire Service Champion 2015'
Nominations are now being taken for the ‘Fire Service Champion 2015’ category of the Service’s MORE Awards.
Commendation Award For Off Duty Firefighter
An off-duty firefighter will be rewarded with a Chief Fire Officer’s Commendation for his brave actions at a house fire.
Cyclists urged to beware of blind spots
Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership is distributing fluorescent 'Cyclists Beware' stickers to haulage companies across the county to help keep cyclists safer on the roads.
Christmas comes early for Natalie
Christmas came early for one lucky teenager after she scooped a PlayStation 4 through the Service’s Flames Aren’t Games campaign.