Firefighters receive ‘fantastic entries’ from across Cambridgeshire for fire safety poster competition
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Children across the county have been getting creative as part of a competition to promote fire safety.
Since launching the fire safety poster competition last Thursday (March 26), the Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service have received several entries.
All posters must include a firefighter, a fire engine or fire station and one of the following messages:
- Test your smoke alarms
- Don’t leave clothes near electric heaters
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A Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We’ve had some fantastic entries to our fire safety poster competition so far.
“Once you’ve finished designing your poster, take a photo of it and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM (direct message) us on social media.
“All entries must include your name, age, parent/guardian’s name and their phone number or email address.”
All entrants must send in their work by Monday, May 4.