Help keep hydrants in your neighbourhood healthy

Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) is on a mission to encourage the people of Kent and Medway to help keep hydrants healthy in their local area. Located all over the county, fire hydrants provide firefighters with access to a…

Kent FRS to launch first-ever online fire station open day

Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) is calling on Kent residents at home to tune into the first-ever online fire station open day on Thursday 28 May! Aimed at families of all ages, the virtual event has been organised in…

Dramatic ‘rescue’ sees injured bell-ringer lowered to safety from church tower

The scenario began when one of two bell-ringers carrying out maintenance on the bells slipped from the bell frame and had to be rescued from the church tower in Chevening last week. Fortunately, the mock drama was part of a…

Kent firefighters amongst the best in the world

Six firefighters from Kent Fire and Rescue Service’s (KFRS) Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team returned from Germany at the weekend with smiles on their faces, after receiving high praise from the United Nation’s International Search And Rescue Advisory Group…

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