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Upper Beaconsfield Fire Brigade is one of many that are opening their doors to the community in the coming months.
Residents will have the opportunity to tour the fire station and chat to the volunteers at the brigade’s open day on Sunday 19 November.
A brigade spokesperson said the open day was a great opportunity for families to have some fun with CFA members and also to find out more about volunteering and how to stay safe from fire this summer.
Visitors are invited to come to see the team at Upper Beaconsfield CFA and enjoy a complimentary bacon and egg roll, followed by a Fire Ready Victoria Bush Fire Preparedness Talk at 10am.
The trucks will be available to explore and there will be other activities for adults and children.
The fire station, located at 30 Beaconsfield-Emerald Road, Upper Beaconsfield, will be open from 9am until 2pm.
Visit cfa.vic.gov.au/openday for more information.

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