NWCFR & Warwickshire Fire and Rescue

NWCFR attended the annual Atherstone car show and working with the crews from Atherstone fire station did a RTC demonstration which highlighted what could happen in a collision. The demonstration showed how fire and ambulance work together to release pedestrians and occupants of a vehicle involved in a collision using various cutting equipment to remove the roof of the car … Read More

New vehicle thanks to Arrive Alive

NWCFR has taken delivery of their new vehicle thanks to another charity Arrive Alive. The Dacia Duster will join our other 2 vehicles responding to 999 calls on behalf of West Midlands Ambulance. The launch of the lifesaving vehicle was handed over at a fundraising event at The Barn at Berryfields they are a charity partner of Arrive Alive, and … Read More

Exciting News – Arrive Alive

NWCFR  have teamed up with Arrive Alive the UK’s only registered charity that is solely dedicated to funding lifesaving voluntary operated vehicle and equipment for Community First Responders approved by West Midlands Ambulance Service. After the demise of one of our vehicles that was subject to water damage we approached Arrive Alive to see if they could assist us in … Read More

Top award for one of our own

Our very own Eddie Stephenson has been awarded the Honorary Citizen Award by Atherstone Town Council for all his hard work as a Community First Responder. Well Done Eddie

Under Pressure

West Midlands Ambulance Service like every other trust in the country are under immense pressure at the moment. To help them attend the most serious of incidents please only call following the advice below. Please if you have telephoned 999 for an ambulance only call back if the patient condition has got worse or you are cancelling an ambulance. Please … Read More

AED Donation

North Warwick Community First Responders have donated an AED to Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash, Harnall Lane West, Coventry. NWCFR received a grant from the National Lottery to replace most of their AED’s from G3’s to G5’s which meant we still had some serviceable AED’s available. After Ranjit Bans who is the First Aid Lead at the Temple but also a … Read More