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Fire and ice: Surrey Fire and Rescue, the Guildford Flames and Scania GB launch new fire education programme

Kay Hammond, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Associate for Fire and Police Services, drops the ceremonial first puck of the Flames’ game on Saturday to mark the launch of Fire Freeze – a new programme to teach Surrey schoolchildren about the importance of fire safety.

The Fire Freeze programme is a three-way partnership between Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, the Guildford Flames ice hockey club and fire engine supplier Scania GB.

The content and format of Fire Freeze is now being developed and will be introduced to schools in the autumn.

Mrs Hammond and Steve Owen-Hughes, Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s Assistant Chief Fire Officer, took part in a ceremonial face off before the Flames’ clash with Telford Tigers on Saturday.

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