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Charity car wash at Corby Glen Fire Station raises funds for The Fire Fighters Charity



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A Lincolnshire fire station has raised almost £700 through a charity car wash.

Crew members from Corby Glen Fire Station were washing cars from 9am until 1pm on Saturday (November 20) to raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity.

In total the car wash event raised £675, which will help to provide physical and mental support to firefighters and their families, including those who are retired.

Firefighters cleaning cars at the Corby Glen fire station charity car wash
Firefighters cleaning cars at the Corby Glen fire station charity car wash

An estimated 60 cars went to the station's 'car wash'.

Watch manager Bryan Lynch said: "It was brilliant, we were overwhelmed by the support and the amount people were putting in.

"It never stopped, we had a steady stream of vehicles and they were queued out the gates."

Even the wheels were given a good wipe-down
Even the wheels were given a good wipe-down
The team
The team
Retained firefighters put in plenty of effort
Retained firefighters put in plenty of effort
Helping to raise more than £600
Helping to raise more than £600


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