Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) firefighters will be holding a Macmillian coffee morning in aid of cancer support on Friday 30 September.
Slough firefighters will be hosting the coffee morning at Tuns Lane between 10am and 1pm, as part of a national charity event introduced by Macmillian.
Macmillian support people that are affected by cancer by helping them take back control of their lives and offering; advice, someone to talk to, training programmes, research and family support.
Sean Keeley, Station Commander at Slough Fire Station, said: “The Macmillian coffee morning is a fantastic event that allows the local community to join together to raise money for cancer support. As a fire station, we are always looking for ways to support our community, and unfortunately, many are affected by cancer, but by hosting these events, we can help others and support a very deserving cause.
“This is a great charity and also a great opportunity to invite our local community to the fire station for a coffee, slice of cake and at the same time discuss crucial fire safety information.
“This event is a fantastic way for us and the community to meet their local firefighters and raise money for cancer support, so please join us!”