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Date: 4th October 2015
Welcome to July’s edition of The Burning Issue. I hope you’re all enjoying the sporadic days of sunshine typical of the great British summer.
This Issue we take a look at the brave Firefighters who flew to Nepal to help the locals affected by the worst Earthquake the country has seen since 1934.
Parts of Nepal were completely devastated, the earthquake killed more than 8,800 people and injured more than 23,000. Since their return firefighters have been raising money for the people of Nepal whose houses were completely destroyed.
Bryn the rescue dog is retiring after his extraordinary work in Nepal with handler Steve. His story is featured on page 18. We wish him a long and happy retirement filled with squeaky toys and dog treats! He’s certainly earned it.
UK Worker of The Year are calling upon the fire sector to enter this year’s competition. This year’s winner will have the luxury of being able to choose between a Kawasaki Ninja 300 and holiday vouchers up to the value of £5,000. This year’s winner will also have the chance to win £100K cash at Brands Hatch at the final British Superbike meeting in October, should he/she predict the top six riders placing of the final BSB race. Good luck!