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A new look for Ashfield Fire Station

Posted on 01 October 2023

The bay doors of Ashfield Fire Station have been wrapped with artwork with an aim to continue to keep the local community safe.

The artwork sits proudly on the appliance bay doors at the station on Sutton Road, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, to encourage passersby to read the messaging and put it into practice.

The messaging covers cooking, electrical and road safety, as well as the important reminder of testing your smoke alarms.

Ashfield’s Station Manager, Richard Cooper, says: “At Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, our main aim is to keep people safe, so I am hopeful that this new wrapping is a gentle reminder for those passing.

“Whether the doors of the fire station are up or down, the message remains the same – all we ask is that our community of Ashfield stays safe and acts responsibly to prevent any incidents from occurring.

“Along with the safety element of this new look, it has also given Ashfield Fire Station a much-needed new look, so this is a fantastic transformation for everyone.”

Front of Ashfield's appliance bay doors