Tag: West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

Trust urges people to stay SAFE near the water

Canal & River Trust sees increase in numbers of people jumping into its canals and rivers and issues reminder ahead of World Drowning Prevention Day (25 July 2021) asking families to stay SAFE by water As temperatures soar, Canal & River Trust, the waterways and wellbeing charity which cares for

Councillors pay tribute to the Fire Service’s response to Covid-19

Beeston and Holbeck Councillors, Gohar Almass, Andrew Scopes and Angela Gabriel, have thanked the Fire Service for the ‘vital lifeline’ they have provided in responding to the challenges of the pandemic. Cllr Gohar Almass, Chair of the Community Safety Committee at the West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Authority, has highlighted

Avoid open water in the heatwave

With UK temperatures set to soar late this week as parts of Yorkshire & North East England reach highs of up to 30C, Canal & River Trust is asking people to stay safe by water, avoid open water swimming in their local canals, rivers and reservoirs and seek alternative ways

Getting together with the Fire Service in Holbeck

Holbeck Together are continuing to deliver an emergency response to Covid-19 in Holbeck with help from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service and Leeds City Council. Leeds City Council are providing 50 food parcels every week for Holbeck Together to support those who are shielding or unable to get out