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Date: 12th February 2016
Welcome to the very first edition of 2016! Just before Christmas, storm Desmond devastated parts of the UK, causing record breaking floods and claiming the lives of three people.
Firefighters from all over the country responded to assist the worst hit areas, rescuing people trapped in their houses, helping clear up debris, providing support to make structures safe and boarding up buildings.
A scheme in Shropshire is helping to transform the lives of dyslexic fire and rescue staff. The scheme has been organised by the fire services Equality and Diversity Officer Natalie Parkinson and has been such a huge success, a film has been made in the hope of inspiring other employers and raising awareness of dyslexia in the workplace.
Jenny Blackhurst, an admin assistant at Shrewsbury Headquarters has just released her debut novel ‘How I lost you’ a crime thriller which has hit the number one spot on the Amazon Best seller list.
Colleagues have been snapping up copies of the book praised on Amazon as a “brilliant, compulsive, thought provoking thriller,” which keeps the reader guessing right to the end.