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Master of the Company, John Mansfield.
Master of the Company
John Mansfield.

The prime objective and intention of The Worshipful Company of Firefighters is to promote the development and advancement of the science, art and the practice of firefighting, fire prevention and life safety. It also encourages good professional behaviour and an exchange of information between Members of the Company and others who work in allied fields.

The Company has undertaken to maintain the traditions and customs of the City of London and to pledge support to the Lord Mayor and Aldermen in all matters relevant to the life and dignity of the City.

At present, the principal charities we support are:
The Fire Fighters Charity, R.A.F.T., The Lord Mayor's Appeal, The Firefighters' Memorial Trust, The Massey Shaw and Marine Vessels Preservation Society.

Roy Wilsher<br />Chair - National Fire Chiefs Council
Chair - National Fire Chiefs Council
Roy Wilsher.

Chair - National Fire Chiefs Council

Hertfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service has a new Chief Fire Officer effective from April as the current chief, Roy Wilsher is seconded to take up a high-profile national role as Chair of the National Fire Chiefs Council after 12 years at the top in Hertfordshire.

Hertfordshire County Council has appointed Darryl Keen, the current deputy chief, as Acting Director of Community Protection, which includes the role of Chief Fire Officer. He will be responsible for managing an integrated department that brings together Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, Trading Standards, Emergency Planning and a joint Community Safety Unit run with the police.

Richard Thake, Cabinet Member for Community Safety, said: “While we’re sorry to see Roy Wilsher leave, his appointment to this high-profile national role is a testament to the excellent work he’s done as Chief Fire Officer and Director of Community Protection at Hertfordshire County Council. It’s a great reflection on Hertfordshire that Roy’s peers believe his experience here makes him the best person to represent and coordinate the UK’s fire services nationally and work with central government to help deliver the Home Office’s programme of fire reform.

Darryl will take up his new role on 1 April 2017.

Great Fire of London 1666

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During this momentous year we have had memorabilia commissioned for the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, 1666 which can be purchased through The Worshipful Company of Firefighters Shop.
Thank you for your support.

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