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June/July 2014

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The controversial proposal to axe one of Tenbury’s Fire Engines has been on the table for some time. It was contained in the ‘Community Risk Management Plan’, which looked at making cuts to the Fire Service in order to reduce costs. A few months ago, the plan was stymied by just one vote when Councillor Phil Grove, who lives in Tenbury Wells, voted against the recommendation. He explained that it was a matter of conscience as he felt that axing the second engine might lead to a life being lost. The proposal was due to be voted on again at a Hereford and Worcester Fire Authority meeting on Monday 9th June, at County Hall

in Worcester. However, when it came to the crunch, the decision that was made - again by only one vote - was to put off making a decision until September. There have been many objections to the plan to axe Tenbury’s second engine, from firefighters and former firefighters, from members of the public, and also from some Councillors, including members of Tenbury Town Council. Thousands have signed petitions, indicating the strength of opinion, and many will be hoping that when the Authority meets again in September, their decision will be to keep both of Tenbury’s fire engines.

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Teme Valley Times June-July 2014  

Local paper for Tenbury Wells, Ludlow, Cleobury Mortimer, Bromyard, Leominster, Clifton, Martley, Abberley, Bromfield, Knightwick, Dunley an...

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