It’s Volunteer’s Week (1-12 June) and volunteers at East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service are being thanked for helping make communities safer.
The Service works with local partners to run safety events and prevention campaigns and actively involves local communities wherever possible. Over 80 volunteers support the Service via a range of projects.
David Kemp, Head of Community Safety at the Service said, "Volunteers are becoming increasingly involved in the preventative work that we deliver; from road safety and flooding prevention to Health and Wellbeing visits in conjunction with 3VA, our own Safe and Well visits and the collaborative work that we are undertaking with the Police. I am enormously grateful for the time and enthusiasm that our volunteers freely give and as we increase the breadth of our activities I look forward to welcoming more volunteers to join us in making our communities safer."
To find out more about volunteering with East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, click here.