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Date: 25th May 2013
This issue we remember the great floods of 1953 and look at how the tragedy continues to shape coastal flood control.
January marked six months to the world police and fire games; Chief executive John Tully explains how plans and preparations are shaping up in Belfast this year. If you wish to participate in the games there’s still time to register on the website www.2013wpfg.com
99 year old Lionel Clarke finally received his defence medal for his time as an auxiliary firefighter at the Jaguar, Brown’s Lane Plant throughout World War 2. Lionel was a part of the fire crew who tried to save Coventry Cathedral at the time of the bombings, I’m so glad his dedication and bravery has finally been recognised.
We look at the many ways Social Media is being utilised within the fire service, from building grassroots to aiding rescues, plus our regular roundup of all the important news and features from the UK fire and rescue services.