Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service (HWFRS) is recruiting community volunteers.

They’re on the lookout for people with a wide range of life experiences. The fire and rescue service tackles everything including: fires, road traffic collisions, and animal rescues, making it an exciting and dynamic organization to be part of.

Their volunteers are people from all walks of life who want to do extraordinary things, actively supporting their local community as part of an exciting and dynamic organisation, and helping to reduce the risk to the most vulnerable.

They get involved in a wide variety of activities, including station open days, youth education initiatives, and many other community engagement activities to showcase the vital work of HWFRS.

Watch commander Jim Gough said: “Volunteers are extremely valuable members of the HWFRS team who find the experience positive, rewarding and at times challenging. They come from all walks of life, genuinely wanting to make a difference in their communities.”

The opportunity is open to people aged 18 and over and applications need to be in by the end of 2022. More information about the role is at