The Safer Streets festive policing campaign was launched by Police Scotland and partners across Aberdeen City and Shire yesterday.
As the Halloween and bonfire night period approaches officers from Police Scotland are issuing some simple guidance for parents and young people to ensure that the festivities pass safely and that antisocial or irresponsible behaviour is avoided.
There has been a two vehicle accident on the unclassified road between the B9105 and the Delgaty road near to the entrance for Delgatie Castle. Four people are believed to be injured, one seriously. The Air Ambulance is in attendance at the scene along with ambulances, Police Scotland and Scottish Fire & Rescue. The Delgaty […]
Enjoy Fireworks Night responsibly that is the message from Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service. Over the past few years new legislation has come into force to help ensure the safe use of fireworks and police officers are keen to make the public aware of this legislation, allowing everyone to enjoy the […]
Farmers and crofters are being urged to take precautions to protect their property as the number of fires in rural areas reached its peak last year. Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), in conjunction with NFU Scotland, earlier this year launched the rural risk survey to encourage farmers and crofters to inform SFRS of what […]
Crews from Turriff Fire Station were amongst those called to tackle a fire at Harley’s Macduff last night. Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were called at 9:05pm on Sunday 4 September about a fire at the well known local bowling alley and soft play area. Over the course of the incident 9 pumps, an at […]
The date for the closure of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service control room in Aberdeen has been set. Alasdair Hay, Chief Officer of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, visited Aberdeen control room yesterday (23 August) to inform staff that the control room would be closing on 8 November. From 8 November all calls […]
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service are consulting on their Strategic Plan for 2016 – 2019. This draft plan is a critical milestone in the continued development of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and will ensure they remain fully committed to improving the safety and wellbeing of the communities they serve both now and in […]
ACE Winches have made a donation of £250 to Turriff Fire Station. The presentation was made by Marketing Director Hayley Yule
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is appealing to the public to stay safe this winter by taking the necessary steps to protect their families, homes, customers and communities. Winter weather results in an increase in activity for the Fire Service due to road traffic collisions on icy roads, flooding and fire. Winter weather also […]