The results of a public consultation into possible cuts at East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service have been announced. Amongst the options, to save more than seven million pounds over five years, is reducing the number of fire engines in Brighton or losing full-time staff.
The findings will be discussed at a Fire Authority meeting next week.
We would like to thank those organisations and individuals who responded to our consultation. This is a difficult time and it is important that the Fire Authority is equipped with as much evidence as possible to have an informed debate before making a decision."
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