WCoFF NEWS Desk

    Article Added: 28 Nov 2022

    The Master, Wardens and several Liverymen and Freemen of the Company participated in the recent Lord Mayor's Show. They walked in the Modern Liveries section of the procession, which the Firefighters organise each year. After following the route through the City and along Fleet Street the Modern Liveries group had a picnic on board HQS Wellington, basking in the most glorious sunshine. After ...

    Article Added: 23 Nov 2022

    Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service is looking for local residents and business owners to get involved in a new online feedback forum to share their views and opinions about?the work of their local fire and rescue service.  They are asking people to register their details and agree to be sent one or two emails a month either with some simple questions to respond to, or on occasions, to re ...

    Article Added: 18 Nov 2022

    Following research carried out on the availability of emergency cover, data indicated that Fire Service attendance times could be improved in Luton and Central Bedfordshire by moving one appliance from Luton Fire Station closer to the north of Luton. Due to Luton Ambulance Station being usefully located in this area, Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service and the East of England Ambulance Service ...

    Article Added: 13 Nov 2022

    On November 3rd the Master, accompanied by Renter Warden David Holt attended a ceremonial tree planting ceremony on the Thames riverside at Swan Lane. The event was organised by the Worshipful Company of Educators, who hosted a Modern Liveries Dinner in October. The aim was to have the tree serve as a representation of the Modern Liveries and their pride in Her Majesty’s unfaltering service ...

    Article Added: 11 Nov 2022

    Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s (BFRS) Chief Fire Officer (CFO) is urging people to take simple steps to protect themselves from accidental fires and carbon monoxide poisoning as they look to keep warm and cut energy use this winter. It is crucial people ensure they have working smoke alarms – at least one on each level of the home. Where you have a heating appliance that does ...

    Article Added: 18 Oct 2022

    The chief fire officer for Cambridgeshire is warning there will have to be reductions to the county’s fire and rescue service unless the way in which it is funded changes. Recently, as part of national negotiations with the Fire Brigades Union, a revised cost of living pay award of five per cent was offered for firefighters. Combining this with the offer already on the table for support sta ...