Another very successful year fundraising by Clun Fire-fighters ended with a presentation evening at the town's Fire station with a total of Â£2350 handed out. Receiving the money were the Fire Fighters Charity (Â£950), Asthma UK (Â£700) and the Clun Mother and Toddler group (Â£700).
Ashley Brown receiving cheque on behalf of Asthma UK from Crew Manager Andrew Williams with Firefighters Paul Slattery, Luke Hester and Jason Burton.
Money was raised at a variety of events during the year including car washes, stewarding at local events and a sponsored ladder climb, in which the crew climbed the equivalent height of Mount Everest up the 13.5 M Ladder. A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who contributed or helped in any way.
Jerry Christopher receiving a cheque on behalf of Clun Mother & Toddler Group with from left Firefighters Michelle O'Toole, Chris Morris, Michael Oliver & Shenton Gwilliam.
This takes the total raised by Clun fighters for charity since 2001 to over Â£20,000.
Also on the same night a special presentation was made to Crew Manager Graham Dudley who has completed 30 years service (and still counting) with Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Group manager Jim Quinn presenting Crew Manager Graham Dudley with a certifcate off Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service marking 30 years service.
He was presented with a certificate from Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service by Group Manager Jim Quinn. A montage of photographs were put together and presented from the Clun crew. A bouquet of flowers was also given to Graham's wife Sandra.
Crew Manager Graham Dudley with his wife Sandra, Crew Manager Darran Morris and Watch Manager Trevor Williams.