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ROUND UP: Fire station opening doors to public; Dementia carers’ coffee mornings

Fire station opening doors to public

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

Staines Fire station in Town Lane will throw open its doors to the public from 12pm to 3pm.

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.


Dementia carers’ coffee mornings

Coffee mornings for people with dementia and their carers have been organised by Surrey County Council’s libraries service.

The events, which take place next month, will give people affected by the condition a chance to talk through their problems with representatives of The Alzheimer’s Society and Age UK while also finding out what the library service can offer to dementia sufferers.

The sessions will take place on:

  • Tuesday 6 September, 10.45am–12.15pm, Manor Farm Day Centre, Egham
  • Thursday 8 September, 2.30–5.30pm, Brooklands Museum, Weybridge
  • Tuesday 13 September, 10am–12pm, Weybridge Centre for the Community
  • Friday 23 September, 10.30am–12.30pm, St Mary’s Centre, West Byfleet

More information can be found by contacting Surrey Libraries on 0300 200 1001 or emailing


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