15th July, 2013
Three men and a young girl pictured in front of a fire appliance with a Firefighters Charity banner


12th July, 2013

After the tragic death of a young man in Bridgnorth today, we are reminded of the dangers of swimming in open water.

The UK has been fortunate enough in seeing temperatures rise to 30 degrees in the last few days. With this weather set to...

12th July, 2013

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service asks the Public to remain vigilant during the hot weather.

The recent fire at Grinshill provides an example of just how severe such fires can become in a short space of time. The pictures taken at the...

10th July, 2013

The official launch of a British Red Cross and Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service partnership was sealed with a handshake on the 1st July 2013.

The Fire Emergency Support Service or FESS takes the form of a vehicle crewed by volunteers who...

10th July, 2013

A massive summer fire safety campaign is being launched in Shropshire to reduce the number of accidental fires which traditionally increase during the school holidays.

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Safety in the Home team is...

10th July, 2013

Burglars who sneaked into a Shropshire home and stole a car from the drive, set fire to the vehicle a short time later.

The blue VW Passat, registration number S4BAB, was taken from a house in Brownlow Crescent, Ellesmere after thieves...

8th July, 2013

A new fire safety initiative which gives Shropshire schoolchildren the chance to collect an exclusive series of "fire cards" is being launched by Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service this summer.

Depicting an exciting range of fire fighting...

1st July, 2013

Fire Control received a call at 8am from a passerby who came across a horse that was stuck in the Strine Brook near Newport. Crews were sent from Newport, Telford and specially trained large animal rescue personnel from Wellington.


28th June, 2013
14th June, 2013

The Lord Lieutenant of Shropshire has praised Shropshire firefighters – including those from fire stations in Shrewsbury and north Shropshire - for “all that you do” for the people of the county.

“We are hugely grateful for what you do....