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Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service - Preventing, Protecting, Responding

News Archive

October 2017 

Stay safe this bonfire night

Firefighters are urging people to celebrate safely during the bonfire and firework period this year.

Tamworth firefighters commended for bravery
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service have recognised eight Tamworth firefighters for their bravery at a serious incident.
House fire started by pet dog
The Service is urging residents not to leave flammable materials on or near cookers after a kitchen fire in the Staffordshire Moorlands on Tuesday October 24.
Stokie Christmas market stalls up for grabs
Stall-holders are being reminded to book their spot for the popular Stokie Christmas Market.
Lichfield final PFI station to officially open its doors
Firefighters, council members and residents came together to celebrate the official opening of Lichfield Community Fire Station at a special ceremony on Tuesday October 17.
Cheadle house fire caused by hairdryer
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging residents to keep electrical items away from combustible materials after a house fire in Cheadle.
Service awards recognise dedication and hardwork of staff and partners
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is set to recognise its staff at an awards ceremony this Thursday (October 12).
Hanley flat fire caused accidentally
A fire investigation into the cause of a serious flat fire in Hanley has concluded the blaze was started accidentally.
A Newcastle crew have been recognised for outstanding work at hospital fire
A crew from Newcastle-under-Lyme have been given an award for their hard work and performance during the difficult incident at Royal Stoke Hospital.
Firefighter recognised for attending road traffic colission involving his own brother
A Rising Brook firefighter has been commended for his professionalism and dedication whilst attended a car crash which involved his own brother.
Service staff and partners recognised at annual awards
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) have recognised and rewarded staff and partners who made an outstanding contribution to the Service and the community at an awards ceremony on October 12.