WCoFF NEWS Desk

    Article Added: 10 Sep 2021

    This September, we are delighted to be joining in on the celebration of all our national Emergency Services here at Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (BFRS). Emergency Services Day, also known as 999 Day, is openly supported by HM The Queen as well as the Prime Minister and First Ministers of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.  Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue have attended three flag r ...

    Article Added: 29 Aug 2021

    Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service have joined forces with Bedfordshire Police’s Rural Crime Team to produce and distribute a fire safety guide to the agricultural community across Bedfordshire.   The guidance document, produced by the fire service’s Kempston Green Watch team, provides the rural community with advice on how to reduce their risk of becoming a victim of either ...

    Article Added: 18 Aug 2021

    This week Peterborough firefighters took on a huge challenge to raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity. The team at Red Watch, Dogsthorpe took on the National Three Peaks – a challenge that involves climbing the three highest peaks of Scotland, England and Wales, and includes 26 miles and a whopping 11,000ft of elevation. They began their mission on Monday 9 August at Ben Nevis in Scotl ...

    Article Added: 18 Aug 2021

    Firefighters in Wisbech are urging residents and visitors to think before they park, to help tackle the ongoing problem of inconsiderate parking in and around the town. Drivers are urged to take care when parking their vehicles so they do not prevent fire engines from attending potentially life-threatening emergencies. There are some areas around Wisbech that are notorious for motorists ...

    Article Added: 28 Jun 2021

    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority appointed a new chair and vice chair at their first meeting since the latest round of council elections.  Councillor Edna Murphy has been appointed the new chair of the authority, with Councillor Mohammed Jamil appointed vice chair. Liberal Democrat councillor Murphy, who has recently joined the authority, is the fi ...

    Article Added: 14 Jun 2021

    It is with much sadness that the Company has been informed of the passing of Liveryman Paul Fuller aged 60 years after a short illness.Paul passed way in hospital early this morning with his family present  having been recently diagnosed with a terminal illness and taken into hospital last week.Paul became a Liveryman in 2018 and a member of Court earlier this year. Born in 1960, Paul wa ...