Our Social Media Accounts

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Aimed at those who’d like to know more about what’s going on within the service and a chance for followers to have their say. The Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service Twitter account informs followers on events, activities, news, partnership schemes/programs, incidents, safety tips and much, much more.

Partner to the Twitter account, the Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service Facebook page is to inform and actively engage with its followers. It's a place to find out everything that’s going on within the Service which also links through to other areas of interest within the council and partners. This Facebook page is also a place for followers to contact us, share photos and express their views or ask us a question.

Follow your local community fire station for up to date news and information on their daily activities as wholetime and on-call firefighters. This will include information on when they are recruiting for new members of the team, incidents they attend, safety messages you can share with your friends and family and community events being held at the station.

Community Fire Station Twitter and Facebook accounts

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Bodmin Bodmin Facebook page Bodmin Twitter feed
Bude Bude Facebook page Bude Twitter feed
Callington Not currently Callington Twitter feed
Delabole Delabole Facebook page Delabole Twitter feed
Falmouth Falmouth Facebook page Falmouth Twitter feed
Fowey Not currently Fowey Twitter feed
Hayle Not currently Hayle Twitter feed
Helston Not currently Helston Twitter feed
Launceston Not currently Launceston Twitter feed
Liskeard Liskeard Facebook page Liskeard Twitter feed
Looe Not currently Looe Twitter feed
Lostwithiel Lostwithiel Facebook page Lostwithiel Twitter feed
Mevagissey Not currently Mevagissey Twitter feed
Mullion Not currently Mullion Twitter feed
Newquay Newquay Facebook page Newquay Twitter feed
Padstow Not currently Padstow Twitter feed
Perranporth Perranporth Facebook page Perranporth Twitter feed
Penzance Penzance Facebook page Penzance Twitter feed
Polruan Polruan Facebook page Polruan Twitter feed
Saltash Not currently Saltash Twitter feed
(Currently inactive)
St. Austell St. Austell Facebook page St. Austell Twitter feed
St. Columb St. Columb Facebook page St. Columb Twitter feed
St. Dennis St. Dennis Facebook page Not currently
St. Ives Not currently St. Ives Twitter page
St. Just Not currently Not currently
St. Keverne St. Keverne Facebook page Not currently
St. Mawes Not currently Not currently
Tolvaddon Tolvaddon Facebook page Tolvaddon Twitter feed
Torpoint Not currently Torpoint Twitter feed
Truro Truro Facebook page Truro Twitter feed
Wadebridge Wadebridge Facebook page Wadebridge Twitter feed

 

Safer Cornwall is the statutory community safety partnership which covers Cornwall and is a collective of public, private and voluntary sector organisations, including Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service, who have joined together with the aim to make Cornwall’s communities safer. You can follow their updates on a number of community safety issues from alcohol and street crime to domestic abuse, antisocial behaviour, drug misuse and arson from their Safer Cornwall Facebook page or Safer Cornwall Twitter feed.

Archie is Cornwall’s fire detection dog who loves to use his 'woofberry' (dog version of the blackberry mobile phone) to tweet about his role in the fire service, his love of tennis balls and all things animal related. Archie has a wide following of other tweeting dogs, who will often have you howling with laughter. Archie gives an insight into his role in the fire service and what it's like being Cornwall's number one sniffer of ignitable liquids. View his account at: @Archie_FireDog

Follow the Phoenix Project on Twitter @CornwallPhoenix for regular updates on this community initiative and all their upcoming activities, news and events.

We work in partnership with The Prince’s Trust to deliver the Team Programme. Team leader Andy House provides all the lastest news and updates on Twitter @PTTeamCornwall and Facebook at: www.facebook.com/CornwallPrincesTrustTeam

Follow Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service's very own vehicle extrication team at: @CornwallRTC to keep up todate with all their latest news and progress at competitions and training.

elfs, (which stands for early learning fire safety) has been developed by CFRCS Service specifically for educators who work with children aged between two and five years old, addressing the key areas within the Early Years Foundation Stages' (EYFS). The elfs Facebook page is an area for people to leave feedback and share their experiences, photos and artwork. All the latest developments and news will be posted to the page to keep its users informed of any developments.

A personalised insight into the role of Cornwall’s Chief Fire Officer (CFO) -Paul Walker. If you’d like to hear more about what the Chief of Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service gets involved with work wise, his thoughts about the Service and wider Council directorate, he’s the one to follow:

Chief Fire Officer Paul Walker - @CornwallCFO

Follow updates from our Assistant Chief Fire Officer at Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service:

Assistant Chief Fire Officer Mark Hewitt - @CornwallACFO

Follow updates from our operational officers at Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service:

Following updates from the UK’s first Tri-Service Safety Officer, Andrew Hichens - who is a qualified on-call firefighter; an emergency first responder for South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and has also been trained in specific crime and disorder duties with Devon and Cornwall Police.

Tri-Service Officer Andy Hitchens - @HayleTriService

Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety (CFRCS) Service aim to reduce the number of preventable fires, fire and road related deaths and injuries in and outside the home in line with national targets, by promoting a greater awareness and improving attitudes towards community safety.

Within the CFRCS Service fire and road safety team, there are advisor's (FRSA) who deliver fire and road safety messages to our communities throughout Cornwall and carry out visits to secondary schools delivering fire and road safety educational programs.

Follow FRSA Elen Thomas for updates on her work - @Elen_Fire

Firefigher Lee Wilkes has been awarded a 2017 Winston Churchill Fellowship with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (@WCMTUK) to visit North America to specialise further in his role at rope rescue incidents, collaborative practices and techniques.

Follow Firefighter Lee Wilkes at - @roperescuefello