WFS reps support fight against COVID

WFS local representatives Jo and Sarah

In March, The National Fire Chiefs Council praised the dedication of UK Fire and Rescue Service staff carrying out Covid-19 related work. This included supporting the nationwide vaccination programme and the roll-out of asymptomatic testing. Sarah Holden and Jo Dawson are WFS reps for their respective Services. They have both assisted with the Public Health Covid Response.

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Message of thanks to Corporate Members from the Chair

We would like to express our thanks to all of our Corporate Members supporting us in 2020 and 2021. New and renewed membership helps us continue to grow and progress our services and activities. And in these unsettling and challenging times of Covid-19, we have adapted the way we work to continue to bring benefits and new services to our valued members and network. In times of crisis, our corporate membership is of paramount importance for a small non-profit organisation like WFS

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WFS Announce New Virtual Events

New beginnings

Last year, the world completely changed. The coronavirus altered our plans to hold our 20th National Training and Development Event at the Fire Service College. And as key workers, our organisation and volunteer network was significantly impacted. To that end, we’re happy to announce we will be hosting a series of virtual events this year. Our first event takes place on Tuesday 16 February, 2021.

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