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Deborah Gale, national fundraiser, said: "The FSNBF supports those heroic firefighters who risk their lives for us.
"The FSNBF is the only charity dedicated to supporting firefighters and their families in times of need and helping to speed their recovery back to operational duty." If you would like to join the bike ride contact Deborah on 07766 901823 or email@example.com
FSNBF chief executive Roy Lawrenson said, 'At the FSNBF, we support heroes on a daily basis and we see what happens when the worst happens.
The following day will see the firefighters joining crews at Buckley Hill fire station in a charity car wash and community open day, to coincide with others organised by the FSNBF up and down the country.
For more than 50 years, the FSNBF has been supporting firefighters and their dependants.
To find out more about the FSNBF log on to www.fsnbf.org.uk
To find out more about the FSNBF, check out www.fsnbf.org.uk.
They won the award for "most innovative event of the year" in the Spirit of Fire Awards organised by the FSNBF.
Dave Hansford, the brigade's secretary for the FSNBF said: "The crews of the station use their own time touring with Little Dennis and deserve recognition for the work they do.
More than 40 firefighters from the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service received awards in honour of their fundraising work for the Fire Services National Benevolent Fund (FSNBF) - which relies on donations.
Firefighter Rhodri Morgans, who is the FSNBF representative at Cardiff Fire Station, said: 'Firefighters are committed to what can sometimes be a dangerous job and although highly trained, sometimes things can go wrong and injuries do occur, both on and off the fire ground.
The raffle, at the city's St David's Centre, was organised by firefighter Rick Evans as part of his massive campaign to raise a total of around pounds 100,000 for Velindre Hospital and the Fire Service National Benevolent Fund (FSNBF).
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