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15th May, 2007

A mother and child have been rescued from a house fire in Dawley after neighbours heard the smoke alarm next door and contacted the fire service.

Fire crews from Telford and Wellington, along with an Incident Commander from Shrewsbury,...

9th May, 2007

A campaign to educate members of the Telford Muslim community about fire safety in the home has been a "tremendous success," say fire officers.

Muhammad Sajid Younis, a multi lingual advocate from Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service, gained...

1st May, 2007

Following the Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meetings in Claverley, concerns were raised about emergency services, being unable to locate properties in this very rural area of the Bridgnorth District.

Shropshire Fire and Rescue...

1st May, 2007

The Spirit Of Fire Awards - the UK's Fire Services awards took place in Cambridge on 10th March in front of a glittering all-star audience. The event, which recognises those within the Fire Services community that make a difference to society and...

30th April, 2007

At a little after half past four yesterday afternoon Shropshire Fire and Rescue Fire Service received a call to a person trapped under a train at Hampton Loade Station, a small stop on the Severn Valley Railway.

Fire Crews from Bridgnorth...

30th April, 2007

Hundreds of Shropshire schoolchildren took part in this year's fire safety quiz resulting in one school being declared the winner out of 37 school entries. The Marches School team of four year 7s from Oswestry won through to take the title in an...

12th April, 2007

On the 24th and 26th April Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service and Road Safety Partners Shropshire County Council Road Safety Team will be delivering a road safety education programme to over 400 students who attend both Walford College Baschurch...

12th April, 2007

Shropshire fire service is the third best in the UK, it has been revealed under a new Government ranking system.

It stands out as an elite brigade among the country's total of 47 fire services - despite being one of the smallest.

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11th April, 2007

Keeping Shropshire safe from fire, road traffic collisions and other threats to people's safety - that is the "ultimate goal" of the new Outreach Vehicle said Deputy Chief Fire Officer Paul Raymond at the launch of the £55,000 addition to the...

5th April, 2007

Wellington fire station is looking to recruit more retained firefighters.

Men and women are wanted to support their communities by taking on the role of a firefighter working the Retained Duty System, said Retained Support Officer Tony...

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