Wisbech firefighters teach children about dangers of fire and how to stay safe

PUBLISHED: 11:56 09 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:56 09 March 2017

Wisbech firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe. PHOTO: Twitter/Wisbech Fire Station.

Wisbech firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe. PHOTO: Twitter/Wisbech Fire Station.

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Crew members at Wisbech fire station have been busy this week sharing their safety tips with local people.

Wisbech firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe.Wisbech firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe.

On Monday morning firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe.

Wisbech firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe. PHOTO: Twitter/Wisbech Fire Station.Wisbech firefighters had a visit from Elm Road School in which the reception class children learnt about the dangers of fire and how to stay safe. PHOTO: Twitter/Wisbech Fire Station.

Then in the afternoon, firefighters handed out trolley tokens at Morrisons, reminding shoppers to check their smoke alarms.

Firefighters handed out trolley tokens at Morrisons in Wisbech, reminding shoppers to check their smoke alarms.Firefighters handed out trolley tokens at Morrisons in Wisbech, reminding shoppers to check their smoke alarms.

Wisbech Fire Station tweeted: “Stay safe.”


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