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News Archive

July 2017 

Lichfield Fire Station opens it's doors to the public
Lichfield Community Fire station will be opening its doors for the public to have a guided tour of the new facilities, meet the crew and see them in action on Wednesday August 2 from 3pm until 7pm.
New spoken word video launches Service's Flames Aren't Games Campaign
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service have released an original spoken word video to discourage young people from setting fires, particularly out in the open, as part of the new Flames Aren’t Games campaign.
New Community Fire Station Gets Royal Approval
The Duke of Gloucester has officially opened Burton Community Fire Station.
Pony rescued by firefighters qualifies for top show

Firefighters at Leek Community Fire Station were paid a special visit recently.

Service issues warning not to pour flammable liquids onto bonfires or barbecues after man seriously injured
A man has suffered potentially life threatening injures after pouring a flammable liquid on a bonfire at his home in Stoke-on-Trent.
Fire at Blythe Bridge home was deliberate
A fire investigation into the incident at The Avenue, Blythe Bridge, has concluded the fire was started deliberately.
Prince's Trust ‘Team' programme spruce up garden in aid of local school children
Kind-hearted members of The Prince’s Trust ‘Team’ programme, run in partnership with Safer Communities CIC and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service, have been busy preparing a new sensory garden for school children.
Fun had by all at Emergency Services Day
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) had a fantastic Emergency Services Day on Sunday July 16 at Queens Park, Longton, engaging with the community we serve.
Vintage fire engine finds its way back to the Service
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service are pleased to welcome an antique fire engine from the 1950s back into their care.
Dog rescued after starting kitchen fire
The Service is urging residents not to leave flammable materials on cookers after a dog was rescued from a kitchen fire in Stoke-on-Trent on Tuesday July 11.
Service warns about bogus door knockers
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) are warning residents to be alert to bogus door knockers.
New boat to help train for water rescues
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) are the first service in the country to take advantage of a new, larger training boat.
Work has been completed on sprinkler installation in Lichfield high rise
Work has now been completed on a sprinkler system in David Garrick Gardens in Lichfield.
Service leads successful multi-agency exercise
Firefighters from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service have taken part in a successful multi-agency exercise.