WCoFF NEWS Desk

    Article Added: 11 Oct 2019

    Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS), has partnered with Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Pharmacies, Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council Public Health, and Anglia Ruskin University, to launch a joint campaign to raise awareness of the fire risk of emollients. In Cambridgeshire, the use of emollien ...

    Article Added: 06 Oct 2019

    London Bridge Sheep Drive On Sunday 29th September Firefighter Company Freeman Robert Bryant exercised his right to drive a flock of sheep across London Bridge. A most enjoyable day despite the poor weather conditions. ...

    Article Added: 06 Oct 2019

    Visit to KFRS Technical Rescue and Kent Firefighting Museum In September a small group of Company members, including our Master, visited the Technical Rescue Centre of Kent Fire & Rescue Service. We were also joined by a guest, John Nadal, author of several books on the London Fire Brigade and the London Salvage Corps. Our visit had been arranged by Liveryman Mark Rist, an Area Manager in K ...

    Article Added: 06 Oct 2019

    Peterborough firefighters were buzzing to help a local project to enhance the environment for bees. Last week (Monday September 23) firefighters from Green Watch at Dogsthorpe Fire Station attended an environmental initiative called Jimmy’s Bee’s at the newly built Connect Park in Millfield, Peterborough. The crew joined volunteers from the community to dig the grass up, sew and plan ...

    Article Added: 06 Oct 2019

    The Worshipful Company of Firefighters congratulates Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton on her appointment as Chief Fire Officer of WSFRS. Dr Cohen-Hatton has 18 years’ experience in fire and rescue services, having started her career as a firefighter with the South Wales Fire & Rescue Service. She has served as Deputy Assistant Commissioner in the London Fire Brigade and during her career has b ...

    Article Added: 06 Sep 2019

    Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) is reminding local householders to ensure their chimney is fire safe as part of National Chimney Fire Safety Week (Monday 2 to Sunday 8 September 2019). Chimney Fire Safety Week was first introduced in 2009 and aims to raise awareness of safe chimney and log burner use, including the importance of ensuring that chimneys are swept regularly, are clean ...