Leatherhead Fire Station

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ROUND UP: Summer Reading Challenge; Fire station open day; Dementia carers coffee morning

Join Surrey’s Summer Reading Challenge Surrey’s young book lovers, who have fuelled a borrowing boom in the last decade, are being encouraged to take on a Roald Dahl reading challenge this summer. To mark 100 years since the birth of the famous storyteller, Surrey County Council’s libraries want children aged four to 11 to read six … Continue reading

ROUND UP: Fire service attempt world record; Fundraising event for Surrey’s hospices; Fire station opening doors to public

Fire service attempt world record Surrey Fire and Rescue Service is preparing for a bid to enter the Guinness Book of Records for life-saving training. Firefighters aim to beat the record for training people in CPR, which currently stands at 1,050. They will make their attempt at Guildford Fire Station, Ladymead, on Saturday between 7am … Continue reading

Community open days to showcase public access defibrillators

Every fire station in Surrey will be equipped with a public access defibrillator to help communities save lives in cardiac arrest emergencies. Two stations – Chobham and Leatherhead – have already installed defibrillators and will hold community open days to showcase the equipment. Chobham holds its open day on Saturday 9 May while the Leatherhead … Continue reading


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