RBFRS urges ‘be water wise, be water safe’!

Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) is holding a week-long series of events from Monday 30 May – Sunday 5 June, aiming to reduce the number of tragic deaths from drowning that occur nationally every year.

Throughout the week, RBFRS’ Water Rescue crews and Prevention team will be visiting fire stations and venues across the county to raise awareness of how people can stay safe around water.

The week will also include a dramatic live exercise from 10am on Thursday 2 June at Mapledurham Lock.

You can get lots of advice and follow what we’re up to throughout the week on Twitter (@CavershamRoadFS and @RBFRSofficial) and Facebook (RoyalBerksFS), or search for #WaterWiseWaterSafe.

Find out more here.

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