Many members of the emergency services are passionate about supporting various charities.
Such a desire to help others forms a big part of why so many brave and dedicated men and women sign up to serve on the front line of the emergency services.
Much of the charitable work that is carried out by emergency services personnel, often in their own time, takes place behind-the-scenes but the amount raised each year for charity is considerable.
The problem is trying to raise enough awareness about the various good causes which are supported by the emergency services and the NHS.
However, with a little bit of ‘professional’ choreography and a decent sound track, emergency services personnel can often come together in order to produce a show that would not look out of place in the West End.
And the video below, is just one such example.
Earlier on today, we were contacted by a colleague with the following message:
‘Hello… Nottinghamshire firefighters and police officers have made and launched a video.
‘Although it is to highlight Cancer Research UK and the F
“The video is just something we did for fun. Any chance of it being shared?
“It may put a smile on some hard working ES staff and that’s all that matters on difficult days.’
Check out the video below and please share it with your friends and colleagues.
Please also check out their website to find out more about what they are doing and why and remember to show them some support:
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