Firefighters' car washing charity day

PUBLISHED: 10:48 01 April 2010 | UPDATED: 11:42 08 July 2010

FIREFIGHTERS from Watton turned into car washers for charity.

FIREFIGHTERS from Watton turned into car washers for charity.

The crew got through 64 vehicles, including an articulated lorry, caravan and some expensive sports cars including a new M5 and Lotus Exige.

They raised more than £600 and also gave out fire safety advice and signed 17 people up for a home risk check.

Firefighter Barry Mallindine said: “We would like to offer of sincere thanks to all those members of the community who turned up and helped us raise £639, which was a fantastic amount.

“Overall a great effort by all concerned for a very worthwhile charity.”

The money will go to the Firefighters Charity.

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