Fire station staff clean up for charity
CADETS at Ely Fire Station raised more than £600 at a charity car wash last week. Watch manager Paul Martindale said the event was a great success, raising a total of £660 for the National Fire Services Benevolent Fund. We would like to say thank you
CADETS at Ely Fire Station raised more than £600 at a charity car wash last week.
Watch manager Paul Martindale said the event was a great success,
raising a total of £660 for the National Fire Services' Benevolent Fund.
"We would like to say thank you to all those who took part and had their car washed," he said.
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Pictured are fire cadets: Rob Averstone, Stuart Simpson, Michael Boardman, Charlotte Fuller, Adam Cornwall. Photo: HELEN DRAKE
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