NFRS

AcronymDefinition
NFRSNational Fancy Rat Society (UK)
NFRSNorthamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (Northampton, East Midlands, England, UK)
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The show, organised together with the Midland Hamster Club and the National Gerbil Society, is one of dozens the NFRS organises every year - proof that there are many boom towns for rats.
Other pilots recorded immediate postflight NFRS scores in the range of 12 to 14 and a 2-hour postflight mean score of 11.
Angela Horn is the NFRS publicity officer and a committed fancier.
For the attention of: All correspondence MUST be through the NFRS In-Tend tendering epr
Dave Ledger, deputy leader of Northumberland County Council with responsibility for NFRS, said: "It's great that a project which could benefit millions of people across Europe is now underway.
This is a well-deserved honour for Jimmy and everyone in the fire service is proud of his achievements and commitment over many years," NFRS chief fire officer Alex Bennett said.
NFRS Chief Fire Officer Alex Bennett said: "We have a fire and rescue service to be proud of and are committed to making the county an even safer place to live, work and visit.
Alex Bennett, chief fire officer with NFRS, said: "It's great that when we replace our equipment we are able to donate these appliances to such a good cause.
The course, which is held at NFRS headquarters in Morpeth, runs over four weeks for two days a week.
We are always mindful of the importance of road safety as we respond to many road traffic collisions every year and as such all our firefighters receive training before being allowed to use NFRS vehicles.
NFRS assistant chief fire officer Paul Hedley said: "When IFRA offered us the opportunity to name the fire engine that we had decided to donate to Paraguay, it seemed a very fitting tribute to dedicate it to the memory of Michael Waite.
A NFRS spokesman said: "We recognise that requests for assistance in lifting obese people will become more common.