Preston Park Fire Engine Rally

        

   

 

 

Part of the TAFER Team posed against arena backdrop 2011 

 

There are lots of volunteers who make Preston Park possible, many with Fire Service backgrounds & some without, some who have attended almost from birth & are now taking active roles on the weekend & some more recent recruits, all are valued members of the team.

Contacts for the event.

Brett Clayton

Secretary & original member of the TAFER committee, a former Fire fighter in County Durham & Darlington Fire & Rescue Service for 31 years, currently has 7  preserved fire appliances. For any queries relating to the event or if you wish to book a Fire related charity stall please contact Brett on 01325 -377011 or email brett@curlycoats.co.uk

Brett looking busy as always during the weekend!

 

 

Nigel Howarth

 Fire & Rescue Service Contact

 

Nigel although a self employed plumber has a Fire Brigade heritage through marrying into the Clark family - the late John Clark was the Senior Fire Prevention Officer in Durham County Fire Brigade & the whole family have supported the event from the beginning. Nigel himself is a Retained Crew Manager on the RDS system on Durham station & own's  preserved Fire Appliance's, Nigel's son Christopher who has grown up with the rally has now followed the family tradition as a member of the RDS crew at Durham Fire Station.

email nigelhowarth@btinternet.com

 

Nigel celebrating his 40th Birthday at the event in 2010 in true rally fashion!

 

Fiona Bayes

Press & Publicity Contact

 

Fiona was born into the Fire Service & preservation family, her family own 2 preseved Fire 

appliances.  She serves with Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Service in the control room & takes 

a keen interest in the Fire Service past & present.

email: fiona.bayes@yahoo.com

or tel: 07807060778

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fiona at the Cenotaph, Whitehall,

representing the Fire & Rescue Service                                        The 'Bayes' family F8, making a

                                                                                                welcome return after a number of

                                                                                                    years undergoing refurbishment.

 

 

Rally marshall's paying tribute to the 'Cheapside Anniversary' disaster