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Mundesley Fire Station to hold open evening for new retained firefighters

PUBLISHED: 16:29 10 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:29 10 October 2018

Mundesley Fire Station. Photo: NFRS

Mundesley Fire Station. Photo: NFRS

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A north Norfolk fire station is preparing to open its door to potential new recruits for the county’s retained fire and rescue service.

Mundesley Fire Station is holding an open evening on Wednesday, October 17.

And residents who have ever wondered if they could become a firefighter are invited to come along from 7pm to find out more about the role.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service currently has retained vacancies across north Norfolk.

There is one vacancy at Aylsham Fire Station, four at Heacham, two at Holt, four at Hunstanton, three at Mundesley, seven at Sandringham, three at Sheringham, two at Stalham, and one at Wells.

Anyone interested in becoming a retained firefighter should visit the Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service website for more information.

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