The Fire Season is not over until we get significant rain
Over the past few months it has been significantly dry. As a matter of fact we have only received 8ml of rain in January and 8ml of rain in February at the time of writing this article. With this in mind make sure your property will be ready in the case of a bush fire and also that you have your Bush Fire Survival Plan up to date. We also recommend downloading the Fires Near Me app to keep you informed if there is a fire in your area.
Glenorie Fire Brigade Needs You
Glenorie Fire Brigade are looking for new members. If you are interested in being part of a great team and a valuable part of the community then we would love to hear from you. Feel free to come along and see what we get up to. The station is open from 2pm every Saturday and 8pm every Monday. There is something for everyone and it would be great to welcome you to our team.
First Aid training
During February Glenorie Members conducted their first aid training and recertification. This is conducted annually to ensure we are up to scratch with all the latest first aid techniques to help better serve our community. As part of the course members are put through a number of scenarios including a staged Motor Vehicle Accident with a number of different challenges.
For further information go to www.rfs.nsw.gov.au or contact the Brigade: Station Phone: 9652 2017 (leave a message and someone will get back to you) or talk to a real person, James: 0422 168 914. Visit the brigade stand at the Glenorie Growers Market on the fourth Sunday of the month in the grounds of Glenorie RSL. Facebook: Glenorie Rural Fire Brigade Email: [email protected]