Blog Archive October 2018
As part of some recent training we included dementia training so that we could best help and support the most vulnerable within our community.
Two of our long serving volunteers represented Cleveland Fire Support Network on Friday 12th October at the BME Awards.
We are very proud to announce that we won in the Community Safety Category for the Tees Valley BME Achievement Awards 2018, for the Home Fire Safety Visit project.
Cleveland Fire Support Network are over the moon to have been shortlisted in the Community Safety Category for the Tees Valley BME Achievement Awards 2018, for the Home Fire Safety Visit project.
The Awards 2018 will champion Minority Ethnic talent from across the sub-region and bring together individuals, communities and businesses from a wide array of fields.
Kinship Carers is a local group set up by an inspiring couple who because of circumstances outside of their control took on the responsibility of their grandson, from this they realised very quickly that there was not the same support financially or emotionally as foster carers; so they set up Kinship Carers and have grown in strength and numbers. In partnership with the Parkway Shopping Centre, Coulby Fire Station and the Cleveland Fire Support Network a donation of £400 was made to the group from the Open Day at Coulby Fire Station.
Cleveland Fire Support Network have been assisting Andrew Bright, Cleveland Fire Brigade with the Learn & Live Roadshows for many years.
Visiting many Schools, Colleges and Community groups to give life saving training on Road Safety, Fire Safety and Drugs and Alcohol.
It is greatly appreciated when the time is taken to give personal thanks:
30th July 2018
Mr Ian Hayton
Chief Fire Officer
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