Where would YOU take your old fire engine to be washed? To the fire station of course
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It is one of the smallest fire stations in the county – but regularly punches above its weight.
And it showed that again at the weekend when they got stuck into some serious fund raising.
Sutton fire station brought out its regular crews to volunteer for hard graft – washing cars.
The annual event raises money for the Fire Fighters Charity and across Cambridgeshire other stations offer the same service around this time of year.
Sutton was surprised as an ex Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service fire engine, quite aptly named Glow, turned up for a clean.
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“When we say vehicles of all shapes and sizes welcome, we really mean it,” said a spokesperson.
It was not just cars and ex-fire engines, however, that fire fighters washed.
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“My daughter took her scooter,” said one villager.
In 2019 more than £13,000 across Cambridgeshire.