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Car wash for whatever you choose to donate in aid of the Firefighter's Charity, at Derbyshire fire stations on Saturdays in March (Appears to be Nationwide)

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The charity supports firefighters "who are injured, ill or in need of psychological support to come to terms with the life and death situations they face on a daily basis". They support serving and re… Read More
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The charity supports firefighters "who are injured, ill or in need of psychological support to come to terms with the life and death situations they face on a daily basis". They support serving and retired firefighters, fire personnel and their families.

The car wash events are as follows:
4 March: Whaley Bridge Fire Station – 9am – 4pm.
11 March: New Mills Fire Station - 10am - 4pm.
18 March: Long Eaton Fire Station – time to be confirmed.
25 March: Ripley Fire Station - 11am - 3pm.
25 March: Shirebrook (Sports Direct, Shirebrook) - 9am – 1pm.

Mod Edit - wishihadadonkey - Seems it is UK wide, check local press / fire station for info in your area
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28 Likes
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.
12 Likes
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.


No different from any local car wash then?
There a very small amount of people (me and you included) who know what swirls are. I've found it's best to leave the others to it otherwise they'll look at you like you're crazy when you try to explain :{
12 Likes
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........



And breathe,.........
11 Likes
Pretty certain my missus' car will immaculately clean throughout march ;)
11 Likes
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.

Didn't realise you need a degree to wash a car

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4 Likes #1
25p it is then!
#2
Great cause, don't be tight. Heat added.
1 Like #3
Rogier_Arpignot
25p it is then!


you showoff! i was thinkin 20p
11 Likes #4
Pretty certain my missus' car will immaculately clean throughout march ;)
28 Likes #5
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.
11 Likes #6
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.

Didn't realise you need a degree to wash a car
3 Likes #7
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.
Take your car while on fire and they will experts. Problem solved.

Edited By: geeadamg on Feb 27, 2017 20:21
12 Likes #8
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.


No different from any local car wash then?
There a very small amount of people (me and you included) who know what swirls are. I've found it's best to leave the others to it otherwise they'll look at you like you're crazy when you try to explain :{
#9
BraddersJ
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.
No different from any local car wash then?
There a very small amount of people (me and you included) who know what swirls are. I've found it's best to leave the others to it otherwise they'll look at you like you're crazy when you try to explain :{
Agreed lol
3 Likes #10
Hot! I'm on my way!

http://i.giphy.com/3o6Zt4Et07yQ9zp6M0.gif
1 Like #11
Rogier_Arpignot
25p it is then!


Over generous, penny for me!
#12
What?! They won't detail my car? In that case, cold.
1 Like #13
If they not cleaning cars they're rescuing cats out of trees
12 Likes #14
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........



And breathe,.........
2 Likes #15
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........



Hmm... interesting. What's your friend's name?
2 Likes #16
HMRC_tax
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
Hmm... interesting. What's your friend's name?
Sam, Fireman Sam.
#17
HMRC_tax
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........



Hmm... interesting. What's your friend's name?


Sam
#18
HMRC_tax
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........


Hmm... interesting. What's your friend's name?
Sam, Fireman Sam.
#19
Awwww, someone will have to go and wake them up to do this! It's just not fair on the poor hard worked water fairies X)
5 Likes #20
HMRC_tax
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
Hmm... interesting. What's your friend's name?
You created that user id just for the sarcastic comment?

The troll is strong with this HUKDer
2 Likes #21
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
They don`t retire at 50 anymore do they ?
1 Like #22
Good cause - if I remember on the 18th I'll pop along ;)
1 Like #23
snoopy18
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
They don`t retire at 50 anymore do they ?
Yes, with 30 years service...........different for the youngsters... who do the same job daily with same risks!
#24
snoopy18
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
They don`t retire at 50 anymore do they ?


Nope it's 60 now, unless you want your pension cutting down substantially
#25
jim894
snoopy18
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
They don`t retire at 50 anymore do they ?
Nope it's 60 now, unless you want your pension cutting down substantially
It's actually 55 from what I read
3 Likes #26
INDUSTRYHATER
Pretty certain my missus' car will immaculately clean throughout march ;)

I'd be more worried about what damage they would do,I mean have you seen the size of a firemans hose,all that pressure would probably smash her back doors in oO
#27
jim894
snoopy18
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
They don`t retire at 50 anymore do they ?
Nope it's 60 now, unless you want your pension cutting down substantially
It all depends on how much you can earn "cash in hand,tax free between 50-60" weigh that up in how much your pension would be cut down, better to let the young fireman get a go....
3 Likes #28
You can retire at 55 with a massive hit on your pension but you need to work till 60 and do 40 years if you want a full pension. Pension costs a fireman over 300 a month out there wage. So they pay to retire early. I'm in the job and believe me you don't want a fireman at 60 rescuing you. Early 50's and they struggle. We see it all the time. Ticking time bomb for the future
#29
Biggunspaul
INDUSTRYHATER
Pretty certain my missus' car will immaculately clean throughout march ;)
I'd be more worried about what damage they would do,I mean have you seen the size of a firemans hose,all that pressure would probably smash her back doors in oO

Fnar fnar
1 Like #30
chrisc55
You can retire at 55 with a massive hit on your pension but you need to work till 60 and do 40 years if you want a full pension. Pension costs a fireman over 300 a month out there wage. So they pay to retire early. I'm in the job and believe me you don't want a fireman at 60 rescuing you. Early 50's and they struggle. We see it all the time. Ticking time bomb for the future
Yes you pay £300 pension, but is this not outweighed by the the fact you only work 2 days a week and 2 nights every 8 days, then do other jobs for cash, or if not have a better life than people who work hard 5 days every 7, and some more!
#31
icecreamwoman
+ Free scratches and swirl marks because we have no experience or clue what we are doing when it comes to washing cars.
nobody cares... you still driving either corsa, fiesta or mk3 golf
#32
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........
and then you get police and nhs staff working 2x 12hrs shifts, day off and back for 1 or 2 12hrs shifts depending on a rota. they get abused, punched, risk their lives and get **** money for doing so...
2 Likes #33
Daftasabrush
chrisc55
You can retire at 55 with a massive hit on your pension but you need to work till 60 and do 40 years if you want a full pension. Pension costs a fireman over 300 a month out there wage. So they pay to retire early. I'm in the job and believe me you don't want a fireman at 60 rescuing you. Early 50's and they struggle. We see it all the time. Ticking time bomb for the future
Yes you pay £300 pension, but is this not outweighed by the the fact you only work 2 days a week and 2 nights every 8 days, then do other jobs for cash, or if not have a better life than people who work hard 5 days every 7, and some more!

It's still a 42 hour week, I don't know any colleagues that work for cash it would be stupid, the reason they usually have to do another job is their wage can't support them and a family.
1 Like #34
INDUSTRYHATER
Pretty certain my missus' car will immaculately clean throughout march ;)
I bet the undercarriage will get a good rinse.
3 Likes #35
Daftasabrush
chrisc55
You can retire at 55 with a massive hit on your pension but you need to work till 60 and do 40 years if you want a full pension. Pension costs a fireman over 300 a month out there wage. So they pay to retire early. I'm in the job and believe me you don't want a fireman at 60 rescuing you. Early 50's and they struggle. We see it all the time. Ticking time bomb for the future
Yes you pay £300 pension, but is this not outweighed by the the fact you only work 2 days a week and 2 nights every 8 days, then do other jobs for cash, or if not have a better life than people who work hard 5 days every 7, and some more!

Maybe they deserve it for risking their life, not many jobs require you to do that.
You come across as bitter, did you go for a medical at same time as your mate and fail it?
2 Likes #36
if some of you think being a fireman is an easy job then why dont you join?

Hot from me and all to a good cause :)

https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/fireman-sam.gif
1 Like #37
Free car wash if your car is on fire at the time
#38
Daftasabrush
My friend has been a fireman for 30 years. He works 2 days, then 2 nights then HAS 4 DAYS OFF! So every 8 days, he works. 2 days and sleeps 2 nights at the fire station,unless they have a call out. Every couple of months he gets a block of 8 DAYS OFF, and twice a year he gets a block of 12 DAYS OFF! He also gets the usual 21 DAYS HOLIDAY entitlement + bank holidays to fit in amongst all this time off.
Fortunately to fill all this time off he does window cleaning, delivery driving, house removals,gardening,electrical work, building work, plumbing etc. ALL CASH IN HAND!
He also goes on holiday abroad at least 5 times a year and always drives a new MERCEDES or BMW.
Putting all this to one side, these fireman risk their lives for us and think this car wash gesture is fantastic. I personally would donate £10 for them to wash my car at one of these events.
However my friend, the fireman valets my car every other Tuesday for £5 cash.
If they do it next year I'll do it, my fireman is 50 then and is retiring, with a big lump sum and nearly full wage pension....
Fireman, respect to you all, I couldn't do it........

sounds like a 42 hour working week to me, more than the national average!
there are some perks (the money and new pension definitely aren't some of them!) but as you say, it's not for everyone.
and when they're needed, you wouldn't want a finer band of people looking out for your welfare
3 Likes #39
Regardless of the coshty of the job when it comes to a fire these men will not hesitate to put there lifes at risk even when they have a family with children, seems like a good charity and something I feel should be paid by our tax rather then people who purposly go out there way to make illness and excused to not work aswell as dying there her pink then claiming they can't find a job or tatoo there face
#40
Question:

Why is this deal hot? Is it because you can get your car washed for 1p or is it because you are supporting fireman? or is it some sick mixed up version of the two ie: get your car washed for 1p and feel great about yourself because the 1p is going to charity.
I will answer it for you: donate 1p

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