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Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service Supports Transgender Day Of Remembrance & Awareness

Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) recognises that equality, diversity and inclusion run through every aspect of the Service. Chief Fire Officer/ Chief...

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Chief Fire Officer Calls For People To take Care Using Fireworks Following Major House Fire In Derby

Derbyshire’s Chief Fire Officer Terry McDermott has called for people to take care and consider the dangers of using fireworks in built up areas, following a major...

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Bonfire Night Fire Safety Advice

Bonfire Night can be a spectacularly colourful evening, but if safety advice is not followed, fun celebrations can soon turn to a catastrophic disaster. Whilst...

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Firefighters Issue Warning After Tea Light Causes Major Building Fire - Blacksmiths Yard, Derby

An investigation into a major fire at an award winning Derby Bar has concluded that the fire was started by an unattended Halloween tea light. Firefighters from...

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Building Fire Blacksmiths Yard

At 04:20 hours on Sunday 29 October 2017 firefighters were called to attend a building fire on Blacksmiths Yard, Derby. Firefighters from Nottingham Road, Kingsway...

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Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service in the News

Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is an organisation that is constantly in the news, whether it is about the latest incident that firefighters have attended or for its work in the local community. Keeping the media, public and partners up to date with the latest news about incidents and community safety initiatives is vital.

The Service works closely with the media on highlighting and promoting the work it carries out. This is done through the regular issue of press releases, the organisation of photo calls and working with the media on features and interviews. Information about incidents for the media is provided through a Voicebank service.

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