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Dec222015

08:39:06 pm

Working Smoke Alarms And Correctly Installed Fire Doors Honestly Do Save Lives

21/12/2015 Service to help Care UK stay fire safe Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has signed an agreement to provide fire safety advice to Colchester-based Care UK for all of its 114 care homes at its sites nationwide. Under the Primary Authority Agreement, the first ECFRS has entered into, ... 18/12/2015 Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has today launched a new recruitment drive to encourage people to become an on-call firefighter. On-call firefighters support community safety activities including visiting schools and helping people stay ... Halstead firefighters charity cash for Lenny Firefighters have handed over money raised for a schoolboy with cerebral palsy whos set to undergo a life-changing operation next month. On-call firefighters from Halstead Fire Station visited Earls Colne Primary School, in Park Lane, yesterday, December 17, to meet seven-year-old, Lenny Pyne who was diagnosed with quadriplegia spastic cerebral palsy when he was just 13-months-old. ECFRS staff raised 310 through a Christmas Jumper Day on Friday, December 11. The condition affects Lennys ability to walk and he currently uses two sticks to help with his mobility. The money will go towards funding an operation, taking place on January 9, which will help the brave youngster walk on his own two feet for the first time. Sarah Hume, Lennys mother, said: Ive been overwhelmed by the support from the whole community from kind hearted locals to generous Essex County Fire and Rescue Service staff.


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Soccer-Chelsea restore order after Mourinho axe, Leicester five clear - Yahoo News


Ahead of the festive matches against Liverpool and Manchester City, all the Italian would say was that if his team won both they would have 44 points, four more than the first objective he had set, to avoid relegation. Leicester, who avoided going down in May thanks to a late run of victories under Nigel Pearson, began the season at odds of 1,000-1 to be top of the Premier League at Christmas. That encouraged one optimistic fan to wager five pounds ($7.43) on them with bookmakers Ladbrokes. The supporter celebrated after a 3-2 win at Everton on Saturday helped Leicester go into the holiday fixtures with a two-point lead over second-placed Arsenal. Ranieri, who took over in the close-season after Pearson was sacked, said he was looking no further than Saturday's return to Merseyside to play Everton's neighbours Liverpool. "We are doing well but haven't achieved anything yet," he told reporters. "If we win the next two games we have 44 points, I hope with 40 we are safe. "I'm proud of my players and our fans. The fans are dreaming and I don't want to wake them up." Ranieri, back in English football after being sacked by Chelsea in 2004, has been impressed by the spirit at the club, exemplified by seeing injured midfielder Danny Drinkwater sitting among the visiting fans at Everton. "I don't know if it was our best (performance)," he said of that win.


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