Service at King’s Lynn library

General Views of King's Lynn buildings

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General Views of King's Lynn buildings King's Lynn Library ENGANL00120131204163408

Norfolk’s Fire and Rescue Service is hosting volunteer recruitment events around the county and will be calling in at Lynn Library on Tuesday, August 30.

Volunteers are needed for duties such as Home Risk Fire Checks and community events.

Whether it’s volunteering for a few hours a month or a few hours a week, the service is keen to recruit as many willing people as possible to meet its target of 45 volunteers.

The recruitment events have been set up to encourage interested members of the public to find out more about the role of a volunteer. The need to drive and have transport are the only requirements for joining.

Volunteer Kathy Lamacraft, a health and safety support officer at Norfolk County Council said: “Volunteering for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service has been a great experience and confidence builder.”