At 60 years of age and a former HST intercity instructor train driver, who regularly plays walking football with full time fire officers; I'm already part of the team, so to speak. But I'd like to help my teammates and my community in trying to keep everyone safe. As a retiree I'm available all the time and it's a great way to learn some new skills.

Tommy Dudley

My name is Nour hammoodi I’m 18 years of age I live in Middlesbrough 32 Croydon road 10 minuets away from a fire station I’m looking into volunteering because I am trying to become a fire fighter and I believe this could open a lot of doors for me, I did and passed level 2 public services at Middlesbrough college to help me to get into becoming fire fighter after I successfully passed level two business at Macmillan post 16, right now I work part time as a men’s hairdresser/ barber I been doing this for almost three years and it’s going great for me it helped me become a confident person good at communicating, this has made me a mature person for my age and I believe a can help my new community as I just moved from spain Middlesbrough 5 years ago to finish my education. Art gcse: C Spanish gcse: A Arabic gcse: A* English language: pass Maths gcse: D Science gcse: D Level 2 public services Level 2 business I speak, read and Wright in three languages Arabic, Spanish and English

Nour hammoodi

Hello I am interested in the volunteering prospects within the fire service. Please could you send me more information. Kind regards Kelda

Kelda Hall

I’ve always been very passionate about helping and creating better paths for People throughout my life and this would be an amazing opportunity to help Others and the community around me. It would Be a great dream of mine to become part of such an amazing task force to make the future a better and safer place to live

Chloe Gray

I have been with Cleveland Fire Support Network for a number of years now, In a volunteering role and as a member of paid staff. I have found that volunteering has helped me greatly to achieve my goals in gaining employment and now moving on to further education within University. The Network is a great little family and I have gained friends that I will always keep in touch with in the future. The work that the Network do in the community is fantastic, providing fire safety to everyone in our local area. If you are thinking of volunteering then the Network would be a great place for you to start and I would like to personally thank everyone for their great guidance and help I have received in the time that I have been here.

Craig Anderson