Concern over possible loss of fire engine from North Lancashire village

Concern over possible loss of fire engine from North Lancashire village

Concern over possible loss of fire engine from North Lancashire village

First published in News

CONCERN has been raised over suggestions that a fire engine could be lost from north Lancashire – which will halve cover in parts of the area.

The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce has begun a campaign opposing the proposed removal of an appliance from Lancaster, which could be imple-mented within three years.

A spokesman said that both the Fire Brigades Union and fire-fighters have also raised concerns.

The appliance acts as support or second attendance for Bolton-le-Sands, Carnforth and Caton.

It also covers along the coast into Silverdale as a ‘sand and river specialist rescue’ service, while a 28-mile stretch of the M6 also falls under its remit.

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8:11am Thu 8 May 14

hogheaven says...

Bad Bad idea look elsewhere.
Bad Bad idea look elsewhere. hogheaven
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