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ROUND UP: Fire station opening doors to public; Pupils invited to decide book award winner

Fire station opening doors to public

Fire engines and equipment used to tackle blazes will be on show at an open day on Saturday.

Woking Fire station in Cawsey Way will throw open its doors to the public from 10am to 4pm.

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service crews will be on hand to tell people about their work and offer fire safety tips.

More information is available on the county council website.

 

Pupils invited to decide book award winner

Pupils in Surrey are being given the chance to pick the winner of an award given out by the county council’s libraries service.

The Children’s Book Award celebrates fiction written for seven to nine-year-olds and the libraries service is asking for 10 schools in Surrey to help them select a winner from the five shortlisted titles.

Every school involved will receive at least five copies each of the shortlisted books, a visit from one of the authors or illustrators and a place at the award ceremony next May.

Schools that are interested in participating can find out how to apply on the county council website and see the five books up for the award.

 

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