fireHOT STUFF – that’s what people are saying about your FREE and favourite All Together NOW! newspaper. In fact, the multi award-winning paper is becoming so hot the All Together NOW! charity has had to call in help from the fire service!

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Services – and their counterparts on Merseyside – have now teamed up as new partners of the charity.

Peter O’Reilly, Chief Fire Officer at Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service, said: “We are looking forward to working in partnership with this wonderful newspaper and reaching and engaging with members of the community, especially those at risk from fire.”

Merseyside’s Chief Fire Officer Dan Stephens said: ““All Together NOW! is a unique publication which can extend our reach and help to ensure that our safety message is as far reaching as possible.

“I am looking forward to working with All Together NOW! to highlight some of the interventions firefighters and support staff are carrying out in the communities we serve.“

Almost half a million people are now reading the paper, which is mainly available at hospitals, GP practices and supermarkets.

PICTURED ABOVE: Retired firefighter Fred Alfrey rolling back the years with the Green Watch team at Rochdale. Fred and his wife, Dot, were guests at Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service’s seminar looking at dementia. 

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