Fire bosses ask for your money-saving ideas
The fire service fears government funding cuts could cost them around 15 per cent of their annual budget of £9 million over the next three years.
Bosses stressed they do not want to cut “essential frontline services” but admit they have few options to save money.
Union sources have already warned that any frontline job cuts would be opposed, saying that staffing was already at “dangerous levels.”
To take part in the public consultation visit www.syfire.gov.uk and follow the public consultation link.