Essex County Fire and Rescue Service

  • 07/06/2016

    Seawick Day of Action

    A community day of action has resulted in hundreds of people living in Saint Osyth benefiting from home and fire safety advice. Firefighters from Clacton Fire Station along with ECFRS community safety officers and home safety technicians spoke to over 325 people living at Seawick Holiday Park on ...

  • 06/06/2016

    Key Essex Fire Authority Meeting to be Streamed Live

    This Wednesday’s Essex Fire Authority meeting will be streamed live on the internet. Members are set to make decisions which will set the future shape and role of Essex County Fire and Rescue Service as it gets ready to face the challenges of the future. Viewers will be able to watch ...

  • 03/06/2016

    Volunteering to preserve the history of firefighting

    Essex Fire Museum is doing a fantastic job preserving the history of firefighting in Essex and in large part that is thanks to the work carried out by the dedicated team of volunteers who play a vital role in running it. The museum, which is based in Grays, not only received highly sought after ...

  • 03/06/2016

    Outdoor fire safety advice

    Celebrating Euro 2016 - take extra care while cheering on your team outdoors. Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is called to an increased number of outdoor fire calls every summer as people head out for a barbeque in their gardens, enjoy the countryside or to take a camping or caravanning ...

  • 01/06/2016

    Fire Authority to consider the future shape of ECFRS

    Essex Fire Authority members are set to decide the future shape and role of Essex County Fire and Rescue Service at their meeting next Wednesday, June 8. The authority will consider the results of the largest consultation ever undertaken by the Service, as it prepares for a future which is ...

  • 01/06/2016

    Volunteer Week: June 1-12

    With Volunteers’ week launching today Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is celebrating everything Service volunteers do to make the County safer. Last year our volunteers gave more than 950 working days, selflessly giving up their time to help Essex County Fire and Rescue Service make ...

  • 01/06/2016

    Drive to Arrive - wet weather safety advice

    Motorists have been urged to not to put themselves in danger by trying to drive through floodwater as the County experiences an unseasonal bout of rain. Whenever there is flooding in Essex, the Service is called out to rescue mindless motorists who find themselves in difficulty by driving into ...

  • 31/05/2016

    Seaside safety success

    More than 180 smoke alarms have been installed in homes at two seaside holiday parks following community day of action. Maldon firefighters teamed up with an ECFRS community safety team by knocking on 250 doors at Mill Beach Seaside Resort and Barrow Marsh Caravan Park, in Heybridge, on ...

  • 27/05/2016

    2020 Options for Change 2016-2020 Consultation Results

    A document which outlines the methods, results and findings of the largest consultation Essex County Fire and Rescue has ever carried out has been published today. The 2020 Change 2016-2020 Consultation was launched on February 1 and ran for 12 weeks. It asked people to give a view on which of ...

  • 27/05/2016

    Braintree Firebreak

    A group of students passed out from the latest Firebreak course today, Friday May 27, at Braintree Fire Station showing off their new skills on parade as a proud audience family, friends and teachers watched on. Pupils from Notley High School, in Braintree, received certificates from Acting ...

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