Protecting vulnerable children, Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, Young people

Fire safety made fun for children thanks to P&G cash

Learning about fire safety has been made more fun for young children thanks to a £5,000 donation from P&G (Procter & Gamble).

The money is being used by Surrey Fire and Rescue Service to add to its collection of books, DVDs and toys that help children to learn about the dangers posed by fire.

Mark Taylor, from Surrey Fire and Rescue Service said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to P&G for this money. It will allow young children from across the county to learn how to stay save at the same time as having fun.”

Reigate’s Holmesdale Infant School was the first to benefit when firefighters dropped in to give pupils a lesson about fire safety.


Media requiring more information should contact Jacob Leverett in Surrey County Council’s Media Relations Team on 0208 541 9419 or email


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