For those reading who aren’t directly involved in the work of the incredible 26,000 women and men of WA’s Volunteer Bush Fire Service, their efforts extend far beyond what the rest of us get to see on TV.
While there’s no shortage of adrenaline in what our amazing members do for Western Australia, there’s also a lot of cleaning, training, community engagement, paper-work and sadly, fundraising that is essential to keeping everyone safe when the heat is on.
And as the peak body charged with representing, supporting and importantly, promoting their amazing effort, the Association of Volunteer Bush Fire Brigades (AVBFB) does its best to help them help you. In that vane, we’ve received notification that the tireless crew at the Bunbury Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade is hosting a fantastic night of music, fun and friends at the Commercial Club in Bunbury on Saturday 20 July.
For only $10 per adult and kids under 15 free, it sounds like a great way to spend an entertaining winter’s night while also helping one of WA’s 560+ volunteer bush fire brigades finance some valuable tools, equipment and services that aren’t currently made available by the Emergency Services Levy (ESL).
Go on, make a weekend of it!
For further details and to book tickets, call Marie (0449 729 550), Willie (9721 2085) or Grub (0437 839 457) and tell ’em where you read about it.