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Vicky was one of the first women to join Humberside Fire Brigade, as it was then known, in 1994. She was the first Full-Time female Firefighter to join the Service.
Having qualified to become Lead Firefighter (LFf) in her first four years of service, she was later promoted in to Staff section in 1998.
Vicky has served at all of the stations in the service and has moved through the ranks operationally throughout her 27 year-long career.
In addition to assisting Women in the Fire Service (WFS) by contributing to national committees to discuss topics such as female fire fit and general support for women in the fire service, she also organised for a group of fire service women to climb Mount Kilimanjaro; raising over £30,000 in the process.
Vicky received an MBE in the New Years Honours list of 2007 for Outstanding Contribution to Humberside Fire and Rescue Service.
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service invest in new Aerial Ladder Platform (ALP)
28 March 2014
With new capabilities, the ALP is a welcome addition to the fleet of appliances at Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS).
Importance of smoke detectors highlighted
25 March 2014
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is backing the first UK Home Safety week, which aims to reduce the risk from fires in the home.
Charity car wash event
24 March 2014
MOTORISTS in Bridlington will have the chance to support local charities and pick up potentially life-saving advice during a car washing event...
Sign up to Twitter Alerts
19 March 2014
Twitter Alerts is a new way to get accurate and important information when you need it most. Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) is urging its...
High rise rescue training
14 March 2014
North Lincolnshire Homes has teamed up Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) to carry out a training exercise in Scunthorpe. On Monday 17 March,...
Helping business back to its feet
7 March 2014
Fire can have devastating effects on homes or businesses. Even if there are no injuries or loss of life, the aftermath can be distressing to either...