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Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service - Preventing, Protecting, Responding

News Archive

August 2016

Fire and police compete in fundraising football match
Firefighters and police officers went head to head when they took part in a fundraising football match.
Young people receive Prince's Trust award
A group of young people have graduated from a Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service led Prince’s Trust Team programme.
Drop-in sessions to help shape the Service's future
Residents are being invited to help shape the future of the fire and rescue service during a series of drop-in sessions across the county.
Retained recruitment drive is running in the west
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to boost the number of retained (on call) firefighters for its stations in the west of the county.
Retained recruitment drive is running in the east
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to boost the number of retained (on call) firefighters for its stations in the east of the county.
Fire safety courses make good business sense
Business owners in Staffordshire can help to prevent a blaze from breaking out in their premises by taking part in a nationally recognised fire safety course.
Fun-packed line up for Family Day
Daring rescue demonstrations, Moorlands Radio, face painting and much more will be entertaining visitors to the Service’s Family Day on September 3.
Retained recruitment drive is running in the north
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to boost the number of retained (on call) firefighters for its stations in the north of the county.
Inspirational event to celebrate women
An event which will highlight the inspirational impact that women have on society is set to be held.
Firefighters issue warning in the wake of house fire
Firefighters have issued a safety warning in the wake of a house fire in Tunstall which was caused by carelessly discarded smoking materials.
Hundreds head to Leek Community Fire Station's fun day
Hundreds of visitors flocked to Leek’s new community fire station to enjoy a fun day and to witness the burial of a commemorative time capsule.