Santa and Firies to Spread Christmas Cheer
It’s that time of year again! Santa is making a comeback after some time off not being able to travel with the novel COVID-19.
Regentville RFB firefighters have been busy in meetings with Santa to ensure that they can get him out and about in our local community to see all the good boys and girls in a COVID Safe manner. They are so excited to say that he is coming! Santa will be making his rounds through December in the locations of Emu Heights, Glenmore Park, Leonay and Regentville.
Due to popular success (and so others don’t miss out), Santa will also be doing a day at their very own station where you can come down and get a photo with him in front of one of their big red fire trucks, that he calls a sleigh!
All dates are yet to be confirmed so be sure to follow NSW RFS – Regentville Brigade on Facebook to make sure you know when your visit is happening, including live updates on where he is during his visits.
“Our volunteers at Regentville Rural Fire Brigade love doing the Santa runs and being able to give back to a community that supports us when we need it most. So don’t be shy, come say “G’Day” to the jolly round guy in the big red suit rising in the big red truck” said Jordan Jobson, Deputy Captain of Regentville RFB.
If you’ve ever thought about getting involved with the NSW Rural Fire Service, why not make it your New Year’s plan?
Come and see them at the station at 20 Jeanette Street in Regentville on Tuesday nights from 7pm. They can help you find a place whether it be front line firefighting, logistical support, operational communications or even public relations and community engagement. There is a place for everyone.