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Young people receive Prince's Trust award
A group of young people have graduated from a Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service led Prince’s Trust Team programme.
Drop-in sessions to help shape the Service's future
Residents are being invited to help shape the future of the fire and rescue service during a series of drop-in sessions across the county.
Retained recruitment drive is running in the west
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to boost the number of retained (on call) firefighters for its stations in the west of the county.
Retained recruitment drive is running in the east
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to boost the number of retained (on call) firefighters for its stations in the east of the county.
Fun-packed line up for Family Day
Daring rescue demonstrations, Moorlands Radio, face painting and much more will be entertaining visitors to the Service’s Family Day on September 3.
Fire safety courses make good business sense
Business owners in Staffordshire can help to prevent a blaze from breaking out in their premises by taking part in a nationally recognised fire safety course.
Retained recruitment drive is running in the north
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to boost the number of retained (on call) firefighters for its stations in the north of the county.
Inspirational event to celebrate women
An event which will highlight the inspirational impact that women have on society is set to be held.
Firefighters issue warning in the wake of house fire
Firefighters have issued a safety warning in the wake of a house fire in Tunstall which was caused by carelessly discarded smoking materials.
Hundreds head to Leek Community Fire Station's fun day
Hundreds of visitors flocked to Leek’s new community fire station to enjoy a fun day and to witness the burial of a commemorative time capsule.
Community fun day Leek
Fire Fighters and staff from Leek’s new Community Fire Station are inviting the public to join them for a community fun day on Saturday 6th August from 10am until 3pm.
People encouraged to have their say on Fire Service plans
 People in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire are being encouraged to have their say on Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s plans for 2017-2020.
Fire Service receives award for work with volunteers
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s efforts to involve members of the community in its vital community safety work have been recognised with the ‘Investing in Volunteers’ award.
Swim safely this summer, says Fire Service
 Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has warned people not to take a dip in reservoirs, canals, rivers and lakes this summer.
Free StreetStadia™ sessions in Tamworth over the summer holiday
 Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has teamed up with Burton Albion to deliver free sports sessions in Tamworth over the school summer holiday.
Free Stoke City football sessions in Bentilee over the summer holiday
 Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has teamed up with Stoke City to deliver free football sessions in Bentilee over the school summer holiday.
Free sports sessions in Hednesford Park over the summer holiday
Amateur cyclist achieves record time
A health, fitness and wellbeing advisor at Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service -and keen amateur cyclist - has just entered the record books after securing one of the fastest female times ever ridden over 10 miles.
Fire service apprentices in the spotlight at graduation ceremony
Apprentices from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service joined young people from across the county at a special graduation ceremony.
Firefighters encourage pushing the button at Pride
Firefighters will be visiting the popular Stoke Pride celebrations on Saturday to give out top tips on how to stay safe.
Statement Re: Fire reform transparency survey
IN RESPONSE: The Home Secretary recently announced a package of reforms to the Fire and Rescue Services in England including seeking greater transparency by making information on the service more easily accessible to the public online.
Community encouraged to beware of faulty electric blankets
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging the public to think about their safety after an investigation found an electric blanket was responsible for a fatal fire.
MORE Awards winners revealed for Stafford area
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s annual celebration marked its ninth year in style last night with firefighters, support staff and volunteers from the east of the county being recognised for their contributions to the community and the service at the annual MORE Awards.
MORE Awards winners revealed for the east of the county
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s annual celebration marked its ninth year last night with firefighters, support staff and volunteers from the east of the county being recognised for their contributions to the community and the service at the annual MORE Awards.
MORE Awards winner revealed for the north of the county
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s annual celebration marked its ninth year last night with firefighters, support staff and volunteers being recognised for their contributions to the community and the service at the annual MORE Awards.