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Wroughton Infant's fire visit

PUBLISHED: 16:54 03 April 2009 | UPDATED: 13:35 03 July 2010

Children in Reception at Wroughton Infant School were visited by Blue Watch from Great Yarmouth Fire Station this week, as part of their topic - people who help us.

Children in Reception at Wroughton Infant School were visited by Blue Watch from Great Yarmouth Fire Station this week, as part of their topic - people who help us.

The fire engine pulled on to the school playground and the children were able to sit inside and look at the equipment. They each had a turn at holding the hose and the children listened to stories about what it's like to be a fireman. The children learnt exactly how busy they are, when the blue lights came on and the firemen were called away to a real emergency….. twice.


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