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- Eastbourne Responders were present at this year's 999 Event and were engaged in teaching life saving skills to as many people as possible. The emphasis was on CPR and the goal was to teach at lea...read more...
- 23 OctRT @NFCC_FireChiefs: .Close doors before bed and never prop open or use doorstops on fire doors - this simple advice could save your life #StudentFireSafetyWeek
- 22 OctRT @PresidentIRL: See president.ie/en/diary/detai… https://t.co/rGsZfHCO5T
- 21 OctRT @theCALMzone: The CALM web chat is now open, 5pm until midnight. Pls RT if you know anyone who may need it. thecalmzone.net/help/get-help/
- 21 OctRT @pevenseybaylife: STORM BRIAN: Newhaven Lifeboat says please stay safe pevenseybaylife.co.uk/storm-brian-ne… https://t.co/Btgu4COgS3
- 21 OctRT @PCElliottNRT: The Coastguard helicopter, at Beachy Head, Eastbourne. #StormBrian @MCA_media https://t.co/YQ5pCi8PKj
- 21 OctRT @NigelHammond2: Different pictures, same message. If we cannot find you it could have serious implications for your health - is you… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
- 21 OctRT @BorthwickGlenn: Thanks to Seaford and Neville (Lewes) bonfire societies for making the difficult decision to cancel tonight’s events due to bad weather
- 21 OctRT @thereaIbanksy: https://t.co/sy3srh9g0W