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How you can help Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service welcome members of the public who would like to play an active role in working together to make Cornwall safer.
There are many ways you can help us, below are a few areas you might be able to assist us including:
Be arson aware!
View our page on Arson prevention and be aware and help protect yourself, friends, family and others from the threat of arson to your home, school, vehicle, bin and more areas at risk.
Become an on-call firefighter
On-call firefighters provide emergency cover to over 90% of the UK. There are over 14,000 On-call firefighters in England, protecting our small towns and rural communities and they are responsible for operating 60% of all fire engines. Have you got what it takes to help your community?
Help shape your community
Help shape your community by taking part in our consultations each year for the Community Safety Service Plan. This years consultation has now closed so we'll remind you when our next consultation begins.
Show your caring side
Do you have an elderly or vulnerable relative, neighbour or friend? Find out how you can help us to help them.
Attend one of our community events
We have a page dedicated to let you know what community events we are holding throughout the year. These include community fire station open days; where you can meet your local firefighters and find out what they've been up to, sporting events like our half marathon and Trident Challenge.
If you use social media sites Facebook and Twitter, you might like to look us up and Follow us to help share our news to others.
Report a fire hydrant defect
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service have approximately 14,700 fire hydrants spread throughout the county. It is our responsibility to ensure that these hydrants are kept serviceable and available for use in the event of fire. If you are aware of a damaged fire hydrant, please report the Fire Hydrant defect to make us aware.
Volunteer at the Flashpoint Lifeskills Centre
Flashpoint would not be able to operate without the benefit of a team of loyal and dedicated volunteers. If you have some free time and would be interested in a role at the educational centre, find out more about becoming a volunteer for Flashpoint.