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Volunteer stories


Fire Service Volunteers have a huge role to play in Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service.

HWFRS is looking to recruit volunteers who can help support its efforts to promote a broad range of safety initiatives in local communities.

Our Community Volunteers are ordinary people from all walks of life who want to actively make a difference within their local community, helping to reduce the risk to those most at risk.

Read more about why our volunteers give up their time to support our fire prevention and community protection:

  • Charly Perkins - the 24-year-old part-time retail assistant gave more than 600 hours as a Volunteer in the last year, as well as being an instructor with the YFA
  • Keri Moreman - formerly of HWFRS and who continues to give 100s of hours a year to the Service as a Volunteer
  • Jane Walsh - with a busy job working four days a week, and four children, she would appear to have her hands full, but still gives her time as a Volunteer

If you want to make a difference within you community, learn new skills, and join a dynamic, motivated and hardworking team, please request an application form or direct any questions you have to our Volunteer Coordinator by calling 0800 032 1155 or contacting them via email.