More than £1,500 has been raised by firefighters in Aberdeen during a charity car wash.
The event, held at Central Fire Station last Saturday, saw members of the public bringing along their messy motors for a quick clean.
As a result £1,525.68 was raised for the Fire Fighters Charity.
In a post on social media, firefighters thanked the “local community for their contributions and generosity”.
Big thank you to the local community for their contributions & generosity at Central Fire Stations car wash yesterday??A massive £1,525.68 was raised for charity. Well done to all involved & thank you for your efforts, Great day?????@fire_scot @firefighters999 @EveningExpress pic.twitter.com/TVPUGL1EPd
— SFRS Aberdeen City (@SfrsAber) April 7, 2019
Meanwhile, residents who live and work in the Dyce area have been invited to come along to a recruitment event.
Dyce community station are recruiting new retained firefighters, with interested people able to speak to the team at two events this month.
The first will be held next Wednesday, between 12pm and 2pm and 6.30pm and 8.30pm. The second will be held on Saturday April 20 between 1pm and 4pm.
Requirements for the role include living or working within five miles of the station, being physically fit and in good health as well as having “good unaided vision and colour perception”.
Do you live/work within 5 minutes of Dyce Fire Station and would like to learn new skills and help your community, then why not come along to one of our open days, see poster attached. @EveningExpress @pressjournal @fire_scot @originalfm @northsoundnews pic.twitter.com/dFz4hqcye8
— SFRS Aberdeen City (@SfrsAber) April 10, 2019