Going Mobile

The SFRS Mobile Fire Museum (MFM) made its first outings during the summer of 2015, and as it gets ready to hit the road again in 2016, REA members can get involved. The MFM has been designed to raise awareness in the general public, schools and community groups of the part that the Fire Service has…

A unique lifeline of friendship

Recently the national charity ‘Contact the Elderly’ organised a tea party, hosted by SFRS, at Clarkston Community Fire Station. The event required someone to be present at the station should the crew be turned out, but also to co-host the event with station personnel. Where better to turn than to the REA?  So it was that…

Welcome to the SFRS Retired Employees Association website

Hello, and welcome to the website of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Retired Employees Association. Please take some time to have a look around and feel free to leave some feedback. On our site you’ll find information about how to join the SFRS REA, and our archives of videos, photographs and magazines. We’ll also add details of…

Where Are They Now?

In Off The Run magazine Issue 17, we launched a new “Where Are They Now?” feature. We’ve added the info you’ve given us to a new section of our website – have a look here    

More award success for ‘Off the Run’

The REA enjoyed a big round of applause on Friday 4 March at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, when ‘Off the Run’ magazine picked up the ‘Best Stakeholder Publication’ at the Institute of Internal Communications (IOIC) Scotland annual awards. This is the second time that OTR has won at this prestigious event.

A warm welcome from the East hub of the REA

By David Martin, REA East Co-ordinator A very warm welcome to the East Hub section of the new REA website, supported by the new  Scottish Fire and Rescue Service,  if you served in either Central Fife or L& B relax, you are in the right section!