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Its important to remember that a candle is not just a decorative feature. Poorly positioned or unattended candles could leave a trail of devastation. Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service are asking people to take extra care with candles this winter. To prevent candle fires from starting in your home, you should make sure your candles are kept away from flammable materials like curtains. Candles should be positioned well away from pets and children who could accidentally knock them over. Always ensure candles are put out when you leave the room, even for a moment. Blackouts are more prevalent during the winter months. Always opt for torches instead of candles and keep one in a location that is easily accessible in the dark. Head of Risk Reduction, James Bywater said: We would urge anyone using candles to ensure that they are in appropriate holders and are not placed on top of TVs or close to any combustible materials, such as curtains or bedding. We would also advise that candles are never left unattended and are extinguished before leaving the room or going to bed.

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Samford tops Kennesaw State 77-65 - Yahoo Sports

(AP) -- Darius Jones-Gibson had 13 points, and Samford used a balanced offensive attack to top Kennesaw State 77-65 Saturday night. Six players scored at least seven points for Samford (2-1). Marcus Johnson and Iman Johnson had 12 points, and Matt Rose added 11. Iman Johnson was 5 for 5 from the field and nabbed four steals. Yonel Brown scored 22 points on 10-of-21 shooting for Kennesaw State. Aubrey Williams came off the bench to score 16 points on 5-of-8 shooting, and Kendrick Ray had 15 points, five boards and four assists. Both teams shot the ball well early, with Kennesaw State making 6 of its first 9 shots while Samford made 7 of 8. The Bulldogs led by as many as 23 points in the second half and forced the Owls into 20 turnovers. Basketball

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What exactly is a fire door?. Put simply, it's a door that is designed to prevent a fire from a fire spreading throughout the building. When used as part of a property's protection scheme it should permit the occupants to reach safety. Click on the link for further information on internal fire doors as well as some great prices on a huge range of ultra-stylish fire doors.

Last chance to have a say! Monday 27 January 2014 Residents and organisations in Nottinghamshire have just under a week left to give their views on how Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service proposes to keep people safe and respond to incidents during the next five years. The Service is currently consulting with the public on its Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP), which outlines how it proposes to keep people safe from fire and other incidents in the face of decreasing budgets.This includes providing an appropriate number of fire engines in the right places, giving out fire safety advice and inspecting businesses to make sure they are adhering to fire regulations. The 12-week consultation comes to an end on Sunday 2 February, and the Service is keen to encourage anyone who hasnt already taken part to do so. Chief Fire Officer Frank Swann said: Over the last three months our officers and staff have been out and about across the county, talking to people in town centres and market places, and engaging with members of our communities at some special forums organised in conjunction with an independent consultation company. Theyve been asking people for their opinions on issues such as whether we should collaborate more with neighbouring fire and rescue services, and how the Service could reduce its impact on the environment. People have been very interested in what we have had to say and many have taken away our consultation document to read and digest at home, before giving us their views and opinions online or via the form at the back of the document. This is your chance to help shape what Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service does in the future to help keep those who live, work and travel through our county safe, and I would urge everyone to make sure their views are included. Fire Authority Chair Councillor Darrell Pulk added: "This plan not only meets our legal obligation to produce an IRMP but also gives us the opportunity to focus our services on the needs of Nottinghamshire people. It will help us direct our fire and rescue activities for the next five years, during which time we expect to see our budget reducing further. We want to hear from as many people as possible, which is why we have used a variety of different methods for obtaining peoples opinions." Officers will be at Nottinghams Broadmarsh shopping centre on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 January talking to people about the Services plans and encouraging them to take part in the consultation process. Details can also be accessed at .

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