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5th December, 2019

After 43 years’ service, the watch manager at Wem fire station hung up his helmet at his final drill session this week.

Philip Smith has been fighting fires as an on-call or 'part-time' firefighter in Wem for Shropshire Fire and Rescue...

2nd December, 2019

More than 100 finalists, sponsors and guests gathered at Twickenham Rugby Stadium for the annual British Dyslexia Association Awards this weekend where Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service scooped a top award. (Friday 29, November)

The ‘...

19th November, 2019

Young people from across Telford & Wrekin took part in a scheme recently that supports children in care. 

Ahead of the official National Takeover Day on 29 November, Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service arranged for two young people to ‘...

11th November, 2019

A seriously ill child had his dream to be a firefighter for the day granted thanks to a specialist charity and Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Charlie Humphreys from Telford is living with spina bifida, scoliosis and other complex...

11th November, 2019

More than 200 people joined Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service for its annual passing out parade at Theatre Severn last night. (Monday, November 11)

The ‘Celebration of Success’ recognises the achievements of firefighters alongside...

8th November, 2019

Following rainfall described as “not far from biblical” by one emergency contractor, a Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service crew have been deployed to South...

5th November, 2019

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service attended a road traffic collision this morning (5 November 2019 at 07:08) involving an articulated cattle transporter.

The accident happened on the Nescliffe bypass near Felton Butler roundabout and...

5th November, 2019

From an ex stunt man to people looking to start a new chapter in their lives, the latest on-call recruits are about to start at various stations across the county this week.

Chief Fire Officer Rod Hammerton said: “It's a privilege for me...

28th October, 2019

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service experienced one of its busiest weekends as heavy rain brought flooding to several areas of the County seeing 220 emergency calls being received in 48 hours.  

The sheer volume and variety of incidents the...

23rd October, 2019

 

 

Crews were called to two blazing vehicles, approximately 10m apart in a Brindleyford car park at 00:55am.

Shortly after, crews received a second call at 00:57, where a further three vehicles were reported on Brackenfield...

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