Pukekohe Fire Brigade host Halloween

The Pukekohe Fire and Emergency brigade opened their firehouse on Tuesday 31 October to the public for Halloween. John Robinson, Chief Fire Officer for Pukekohe Volunteer Fire Brigade said they had around 500 children and adults throughout the station.

“The evening was a huge success and we hope the safety in home message was well received.”

It was a successful event, with money collected from the evening going to Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand.

From left: Fire fighters: Clint van Eyssen, Jonathon Ryan, Rhys Thomas and son, Oliver


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