Southport Fire Service helping out at Christmas


Southport Fire and Ambulance Community Fire Station was asked to help with donations of toys that were donated by the people of Merseyside and were asked to help find children who would benefit from the donated toys for them, due to being a local focal point of the community.

Watch Manager Steve Pang and his wife and also accompanied by Station Manager Craig Whitfield dropped off approximatly 25 Binbags of New toys to “The Southport Family Centre” and another few more binbags of toys to “Shoreline Church”.

ots-steveThe two organisations that they visited help local people who have found themselves in a less fortunate position and these toys will mean that their children will all have a present to open on Christmas day.”


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