Five new on-call firefighters have joined fire stations at Manea, Thorney, Whittlesey and Wisbech after completing training.
Firefighters from Ely, Wisbech, Whittlesey and March were awarded for their innovation, leadership and exemplary service at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service are looking for brave individuals to join the team as wholetime firefighters at the end of the month (January 2018).
Rural areas will be covered by two extra fire engines to cut the time it takes for a crew to reach emergencies during the day.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has teamed with housing provider Luminus to install two automatic fire suppression systems in the homes of vulnerable residents in Cambridgeshire.
Ever wondered what fire fighters get up to when they’re not attending incidents?
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging women and people from black and minority ethnic groups to have a go at firefighting activities.
A watch commander at Wisbech Fire Station is retiring from his wholetime duties after a lengthy career with Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service - but will return a month later to provide on-call cover.
A Chatteris crew commander marked 40 years in the fire service by celebrating with members of his watch, former work colleagues and relatives.
A veterinary centre has helped fire fighters with advice on how to give life saving rescue treatment to animals.
“Costly and unnecessary” is how the chairman of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority describes a proposal to take over the governance of Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Seven local rugby players are hoping to claim their place in the record books this weekend – by playing rugby for 31 hours straight.
A watch commander retiring from the fire service after more than 30 years has described his profession as “one of the most caring professions out there.”
A mirror left on a windowsill caused extensive damage to of a house in Cambridgeshire on Tuesday after sunlight bounced off it and set fire to nearby curtains.
Four occupants – and a baby- had a lucky escape last night after their car left the road and ended up in a water filled dyke in the Fens.
Storm Doris below into Cambridgeshire yesterday morning (Thursday) bringing with her a spike in the number of calls to Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service’s combined fire control.