Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging women and people from black and minority ethnic groups to have a go at firefighting activities.
“Costly and unnecessary” is how the chairman of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority describes a proposal to take over the governance of Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The on-call team at Littleport fire station has won a trophy for raising the most money for The Fire Fighters Charity in its Christmas fundraising challenge.
A mirror left on a windowsill caused extensive damage to of a house in Cambridgeshire on Tuesday after sunlight bounced off it and set fire to nearby curtains.
Four occupants – and a baby- had a lucky escape last night after their car left the road and ended up in a water filled dyke in the Fens.
Storm Doris below into Cambridgeshire yesterday morning (Thursday) bringing with her a spike in the number of calls to Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service’s combined fire control.
Animals caught up in a blaze or traumatic rescue stand a better chance of survival thanks to a special kit provided by a charity that is being used by all fire stations across Cambridgeshire.
People have been warned to take extra care with everyday household items after two separate house fires - one caused by a mirror and one by a battery.
A chip pan fire in Pinewood Avenue, Whittlesey caused “extensive damage” to a kitchen and left a man with burnt forehead yesterday.
People from Witcham, Cottenham, Ely and Sutton are embarking on a change of career as they join the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS).
Fire chiefs have urged people to keep an eye out for vulnerable adults in the community after a couple died in a blaze at their home when a cardboard box next to a wall mounted gas fire caught light.
A fleet of drones captured this dramatic footage as emergency services from across the region tackled an overturned chemical tanker, queuing traffic and a casualty as part of a full-scale training exercise.
Hundreds of primary school children from around East Cambridgeshire have spent the week at Ely fire station learning how to stay safe at home and outdoors.
Youngsters were taught how to stay safe when they visited Ely fire station.