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Fire Station Open Days 2018 -  Various locations / Dates
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Good fun for the kids & adults, you get an idea of what will be there on the day below but will vary at each station, please feel free to add your local to the list! Our fire … Read more
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pinkism

I remember attending one of these when I was about 13. I'm 36. There's no stooping.

chri1143

London Norbury 7th July https://www.facebook.com/events/1567053793422467/ Kingston 21st July https://www.facebook.com/events/1462401370527495/

Hexasphere1

True! I was thinking it looks nothing like the station. But yes you’re probably right

ding

Think you'll find that the stay put policy was made at a far higher level than the firefighters on the pumps, and if the block of flats wernt wrapped in a flamable jacket then the stay put policy would of worked, the fire service are being used as a scapegoat for corrupt councillors and mp's who probably received back handers

Mark300ZX

I thought it was the flats in front of the station?

Free fire safety check & alarm if needed.
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Found 18th Jan 2015Found 18th Jan 2015
Home fire risk assessment and fire safety checks carried out by members of your local fire rescue service for free. You may also be eligible for free smoke alarms.
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jaafri

meraip

This has been available a long time and a free smoke alarm is given subject to availability! The promote this normally at fairs too!

sy8111

LOL, a bit scary

C141RE

I had my hfsc (house fire safety checks) done on Monday due to having to have it done as me and my fiance are about to start fostering. I thought it would be one guy in a car that turns up but nooooo I was wrong, I looked out the living room window as something caught my eye and a fire engine had pulled up outside our house and three firemen got out.. I called them Monday morning and they were here just after 2pm that day.

r40

you need to ring your local fire service they should do free checks and sometimes fit smoke alarms. thanks op

Free smoke alarms in your home
319°Expired
Found 8th Mar 2014Found 8th Mar 2014
Book a free home safety check and the fire service will fit smoke alarms on every floor of your home. Free of charge. Smoke alarms are fire angel brand. 10 year non replaceable ba… Read more
missismop

we had a same problem with ours , a hammer did the trick

makkax1

We had 2 of these 10yr alarms fitted. Our ancient square battery ones, with missing covers were removed and stuck in a box in the airing cupboard. A couple of months later I left a pan on in the kitchen, neither of the Fire Brigade fitted ones went off but the old ones, which were behind 2 closed doors, did. Tested the new ones with the smoking pan right underneath them with the same result. When you pressed the test button they appeared to be working though so until the pan incident we had full faith in them. Very dangerous. My mother's didn't work either and she'd had hers over a year. Don't know who's in the pocket of the smoke alarm company but I think this is a genuine scandal. There's even reports of these causing fires! I complained to the Fire Brigade asking them to check every one that they'd fitted. They just said they'd replace mine with some more. No thanks.

mdekq007

This always available

shjazz

thank you very much. my friend had a small fire last week,so shes going to do this now

Switzerland

Super deal, but I agree that the fire service alarms don't seem to be of decent quality. We had the fire service check just under two years ago and they were really helpful and fitted the two smoke alarms too. Ours started bleeping at 4.30 am one morning for no reason. Tried everything to hush it, reset and all that but in the end hubby was so annoyed that he went outside and put it in the bin! However, when he went back to bed he swore he could still hearing it beeping in his sleep. Needless to say, he got the hammer out to silence it in the end!! The other one is now beeping intermittently........ I need to ring them again!

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Free Home Fire Risk Assessment and fire alarms from local fire station
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Found 30th Dec 2011Found 30th Dec 2011
EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE FIRE ALARMS IN THEIR HOMES AND WHEN THEY ARE SUPPLIED FOR FREE THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR NOT HAVING THEM :-) Details of fire assessment (free fire alarm) scheme … Read more
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Excalibur

Thanks OP for posting as not everybody knows about this service.

pjt1971

Does anyone know whether, if upon inspection they find that a rented property is unsafe, they can force a landlord to rectify the matter please? I ask because a friend of mine living in rented accommodation has been burgled recently and her landlady has still not fixed her backdoor or bedroom window - the backdoor being screwed shut which beggers belief.

pman12

We had this done a week ago, a whole big fire engine came around to our home, 3 firemen came in, inspected the house (one of the guys said my room had the safest layout of wires he has seen in a while) :p and then fitted two smoke alarms (top and bottom of the stair case). We originally bought some of those rubbish old fashioned smoke alarms but then we returned them since these ones installed are very modern looking and have a 10 year guarantee! I would recommend anyone to get these smoke alarms installed, not because they will save you £20-30 but because they will save you your life! ;)

Mark300ZX

Happy New Year! Thanks for the abuse, just to let you know you're wrong!

Pantan1201

Good idea hopefully go on to good things

FREE SMOKE ALARMS/DEEP FAT FRYERS  @ North Wales Fire and Rescue Service NORTH WALES ONLY
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Found 24th Nov 2010Found 24th Nov 2010
thought id post this after a recent comment on here, i don’t know if someone has already shown you guys this but its something everyone should know about. Its a FREE Home Fire Saf… Read more
pstringy76

If anyone is in need of a smoke alarm just phone your local fire station (this is a nation wide project) and they will be more than happy to arrange an appointment to come round and fit some .......

traceywilliams

PLEASE NOTE - THIS FREEPHONE NUMBER IS ONLY APPLICABLE IF YOU LIVE IN WALES. IF OUTSIDE WALES YOU NEED TO CONTACT YOUR LOCAL FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE TO ARRANGE A FREE HOME FIRE SAFETY CHECK AND FIT FREE SMOKE ALARMS IN YOUR AREA PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL THIS DEAL OR PHONE THE FREEPHONE NUMBER UNLESS YOU LIVE IN WALES - IN WHICH CASE WE WILL BE HAPPY TO HELP MUCH APPRECIATED NORTH WALES FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE

freeipod4

I am a member of South Wales Fire Service and we do the same deal. Just go to your local fire station and ask they will send someone round to fit them for you for FREE !

999lofty

jealouse? this is offered thro out the uk mate check your local fireservice website or as above [url=]http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs.php [/url]

alasrati

Have they discovered fire in Wales? :p Only joking, sounds like a good service and I'm only taking the mick because I'm jealous.

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Free smoke alarm & possible deep fat fryer when you trade in your chip pan from your local Fire Service
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Found 12th Aug 2009Found 12th Aug 2009
** This may only be for vulnerable residents only. ** http://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/chippans.php I know that this has been posted before but not with a deep fat fryer. Staf… Read more
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ray.magini

KFC, McDonalds, etc

Fluffykins

Cheap as chavs

MinnervaMonty

I also occasionally use a deep fat fryer and am definitely not a chav.We batter our own fish and have fish and chips a couple of times a month--yum yum. Thank you for the post.

imy300

:?

cammy69

All the best chefs use a deep fat fryer - I would have thought frozen ready meals were more suited to chavs than freshly peeled maris pipers fried properly !:thumbsup:

Free Smoke Alarm Wtih Home Fire Safety Visit From Local Fire Brigade
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Found 9th Jul 2009Found 9th Jul 2009
The majority of households in the UK are entitled to Smoke Alarms. However, its not as simple as calling into a fire station and getting them. Firefighters and specialist teams wil… Read more
csiman

worth a bump

magicbeans

be prepared for a long lecture on fire safety!

Miss.MellyG

If you mention that you cook your chips in a chip pan then they give you a free deep fat fryer too! Taken from ]the fire service website Mel x

clairel

thanks

honeyb35

:thumbsup: I'm sure you could arrange it :-D

Smoke Alarm Wtih Home Fire Safety Visit From Local Fire Brigade
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Found 7th Jun 2009Found 7th Jun 2009
The majority of households in the UK are entitled to Smoke Alarms. However, its not as simple as calling into a fire station and getting them. Firefighters and specialist teams wil… Read more
TAH-M

followed this up and local fire brigade turned up last night. I thought they would just be offering advice but they provided and fitted 2 ten yr alarms (no batteries to change) with silence buttons FOC !!! Well chuffed!!!

derbydan

FIRE=SMOKE the kitchen and the hall way were full of smoke luckily we noticed before any real damage was done

Babbler

https://www.hotukdeals.com/item/390945/free-home-fire-safety-visit-smoke-a/

blonde.kezza

... a visit from my local fire brigade, i'll go along with that!!!:whistling::

slamdunkin

They ain't fire detectors, they are smoke detectors....when you are in bed and you have a fire raging downstairs burning all the toxic foam in your furniture, then they will come in very useful. Have you seen all the adverts on TV about testing you smoke alarms???

FREE SMOKE ALARM INCLUDING FITTING BY SERVING FIREMAN
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LocalLocalFound 23rd Apr 2008Found 23rd Apr 2008
Most people already know about this but if not. Book a Home Fire Safety Visit - Get a FREE Smoke Alarm For complete peace of mind, book a Home Fire Safety Visit with your local F… Read more
ding

in cheshire we have a target of 80 a month on average, week days we spend training and other stuff and weekend days are spent fitting smoke alarms, the watch before us delivers the leaflets to give 24 hours notice and with two pumps we can get 50-60 houses done in a day. follow the link if you live in cheshire http://www.cheshirefire.co.uk/publicsafety.asp?menuid=632

Confiteor

That's what you think, mate. I've heard they've been round your gaff every night you've been out with the lads for the last 18 months. Your GF is very conscientious when it comes to fire safety!

bargainluva

so to sum up its a great service for those who are too poor to fork out for a smoke alarm , or do not have the mental capacity/common sense to have any idea where to put them. I would imagine theres leaflets and websites to advise us where to position them if we have any doubts. so lets not be greedy..thats all. at least this thread has raised awareness of fire safety, so its at least been good for that.

pmcx9

without a doubt smoke alarms save lives however......... this "free" service does have a cost. in our brigade the powers to be shut down 2 stations and reduced the manning on 2 other stations in order to fund a taskforce of personnel to go out and provide for initiatives like this. if you live in the area that has lost a station you may now have a free smoke alarm but your delay in getting a fire crew to your burning house has greatly increased.

Mark300ZX

Just to clarify my stance, I am a big fan of smoke alarms I have seen them save lives and lives lost when there were none, but this could be easily completed by a two man team in a small van! Not depriving a rescue team of training, lectures and phys. ed .,required to do their job and rescue lives, and depriving an area of their emergency service.

Free Smoke Alarms Installed
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Found 27th Sep 2007Found 27th Sep 2007
We want you to be safe and sound. We're carrying out free home fire safety visits in your borough. We'll also fit a free smoke alarm where needed. If you would like a visit or … Read more
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fireheaven

I had a fire safety check last week. They fitted new smoke alarms and did a full safety check. When the the fire officer realised my boys are totally obsessed with fire engines/fireman etc he went back to his car and brought them stickers, tattoos, pens, pencils, little sticky cuddly thing, colouring books etc. A top service :thumbsup:

ding

cheshire residents can get them click on the link for details http://www.cheshirefire.co.uk/publicsafety.asp?menuid=632 or phone 0800 389 0053

aerotec

Highly recommend everyone takes part in this offer EVEN if they have smoke alarms fitted. Parents had a 10yr old smoke alarm that only recently had a new battery fitted. When you press the test button the siren went of. Did diddly squat when I visited the parents one day... Dad was out and Mum was in the lounge thinking that a neighbour was having a bonfire. I investigated and discovered the upstairs thick with smoke. Got Mum out, dialled 999, and Fire Brigade where there within minutes. An electrical appliance had gone pop and set the bed on fire! They were surprised the smoke alarm hadn't gone off. They fitted 2 new units then I got them to my house the next day. In future when the battery goes flat, bin the whole fire alarm and get the local brigade around to fit new units. Rich

BigRonsDad

Apparently when you pay your council tax, the money you pay the fire brigade includes the cost of 2 smoke alarms. They come with a 10 year battery so you don't need to worry about them. The fireman told me you go on a register, and they come and replace them after about 8 years.

bwg

In Merseyside the Home Fire Safety Checks info can be found thus Checkplease telephone Fire Service Direct on: freephone 0800 731 5958 Alternately you can apply for a Home Fire Safety Check online ][COLOR="RoyalBlue"]click here[/COLOR] to fill in the necessary form. They were doing random fire safety checking in my area and called, and inside 15 minutes had installed 3 smoke alarms, one on each floor of my house. It'd have taken my bloke at least half a day!! I'd originally had a smoke alarm but it was mains powered and kind of attached to my house alarm, and they said that the battery ones were better in the event of mains power going down.

Free Smoke Alarms & In Some Cases Deep Fat Fryers
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Found 1st Jan 2007Found 1st Jan 2007
The Fire Service will come to your home and check for potential risks and if necessary install smoke alarms free of charge. "The home fire safety visits are carried out by operati… Read more
unicorn3

I had a deep fat fryer off the fire service about 1 year ago I think and its leaking fat from the bottom, does that mean they will supply me with another one. I am a single parent with 2 kids.

FOXYSGIRL

My partner is in DEVON FIRE & RESCUE and regularly carries out HOME SAFETY CHECKS, fitting alarms and helping people to make their houses safer. I don't know if it has been mentioned but there are also the hard of hearing alerter which can be fitted again free of charge. If its any help to anyone the address for DEVON FIRE AND RESCUE - Home Safety Visit Request Devon Fire & Rescue Service Service Headquarters Clyst St George EXETER EX3 0ZZ or telephone 0800 7311 822 I hope this helps.:)

Ruzzy

Chip Pans are extremely risky, convince them both to have visits and when the crew come round they will go through all kinds of safety (electrical socket overloading etc.) and as ive said in some cases provide a deep fat fryer. Im like you i don't fry anything, in my opinion baked or grilled food tastes better, its healthier and defiantly safer.

Athravan

Both my mother and my grandmother (who's 90) uses a chip pan (and we're in South Wales too, maybe you'll be seeing us soon!) I know my mothers is almost always full and boils alarmingly sometimes. I myself try to take a healthier option and don't deep fry anything so have never used a chip pan as I oven bake, but I will try and convince them to invest in a proper fryer, didn't realise it was a big risk to be honest

flstivvy

This post reminds me... Need to go check the batteries and clean the sensors in the smoke alarms..