Service’s own Lionesses celebrates England’s success
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is celebrating England’s roaring success at the European Championships yesterday (Sunday 31 July) by speaking to two of our own former Lionesses.
Fire crews tackle house fire
Fire crews have tackled a house fire in Stoke-on-Trent.
Local residents invited to attend community fun-filled day
A chance to learn about fire safety, and also learn about on-call recruitment opportunities at Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service will be just some of the opportunities on offer at the Tutbury Fire Station Community Day.
Brave girl dials 999 to report fire
A ten-year-old girl has been praised for her quick thinking after calling 999 to report a fire she spotted in fields behind her home.
Chief Fire Officer issues plea to public
The county’s Chief Fire Officer, Rob Barber, has issued a plea for the public to be responsible when enjoying the outdoors.
Fire crews battle factory fire overnight
Firefighters worked through the night to extinguish a large factory fire in Stoke-on-Trent.
Residents urged to close windows and doors following farmland fire
Residents are being advised to close their windows and doors while fire crews tackle a large fire on farmland near Lichfield.
Plea to take extra care during heatwave
We have shared further safety advice after the Met Office issued the first red extreme heat warning for much of England today.
Crews tackle grass fire in sweltering heat
Firefighters have been tackling a grass fire in Burton-on-Trent this afternoon (Monday 18 July).
Fire Service welcomes new recruits at passing out parade
We have welcomed a new cohort of apprentice operational firefighters to our teams across the county as part of a special ceremony marking the completion of their initial training.
Chief Fire Officer warns public of dangers amidst soaring temperatures
Chief Fire Officer (CFO) Rob Barber is urging the public to enjoy the summer sunshine responsibly as record-breaking temperatures are set to hit Staffordshire this weekend.
Ofsted rates Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service ‘Good’ for apprenticeships
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has been rated as ‘Good’ by regulator Ofsted for its work in providing apprenticeships.
Fire Service celebrates double award win for pandemic work
We are celebrating after winning two prestigious national awards at a ceremony recognising our work in helping others during the covid-19 pandemic.
Crews extinguish large waste fire at recycling plant
Firefighters have worked alongside Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service to extinguish a large waste fire at a recycling premises in Burton-upon-Trent today (Sunday 10 July).
Crews in attendance at house fire in Rugeley
Shortly after 3.15am this morning (Saturday 9 July), crews from Cannock, Chase Terrace, Brewood, Stafford, Rising Brook and Burton were called to a house fire near Burnthill Lane.
Firefighters urge public to remain safe around lithium-ion batteries following house fire
Firefighters are urging residents across Staffordshire to ensure they are aware of the risks involved with their electronic devices following a house fire today (Saturday 9 July).
Crews attend accidental garden fire
Fire crews have attended an accidental garden fire in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Firefighters to row 65 miles for charitable causes
Firefighters from the Service’s recruits’ course are set to row the length of the River Trent next Monday (11 July) in order to raise funds for charity.
Crews remove driver trapped in car following collision
Fire crews have safely removed a man who was trapped inside a car following a collision in south Staffordshire.
Fire service records spike in shed fires
Firefighters have issued a warning after a spate of shed fires in east Staffordshire.
Between March and July, a total of four shed fires were reported to Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service, with a total this year of eleven separate reports.