Formed in 1974 as the Humberside Fire Brigade, its name was changed in 1987 to the Humberside Fire & Rescue Services reflecting their wider role in the community. Covering East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.
Remembrance Day 2020 see the release of the Oxford Diecast Humberside Fire & Rescue Pump ladder, a scale model of the real thing.
This is a scale model at 1:76 00 Scale - 11cm long and it comes in a case (13.5cm length).
The latest engine design in Humberside Fire & Rescue fleet; part of the design features a trawler as a tribute to the 880 vessels and 9000 men from the Humber fishing industry sent to support the search for submarines during the First World War. The idea came from a member of the Humberside Fire and Rescue Service staff, firefighter Lynden Young.
The design showcases the support of the HFRS for those affected by conflict and those that have and still are bravely serving in the Forces.
Oxford has a history of raising funds for the Royal British Legion, in excess of £100,000 being donated since 2000 through the production of commemorative vehicles.
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