On Friday 29th July, Cherrybrook Rural Fire Brigade celebrated 70 years of serving the community.
The event was marked with a celebratory dinner for current members, past members, dignitaries and Life Members.
Cherrybrook Brigade is proud to have answered the call for help to our local community over the past 70 years,but also to communities across NSW and interstate.
The brigade operates 365 days each year, relying on volunteers to answer the call.
On the 29th July 1952 the brigade was officially started, known as the
‘The Hornsby Shire Bush Volunteer Fire Brigade, West Pennant Hills and District’.
And changed its name in 1980 to ‘Cherrybrook Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade’.
With our current station opening to following year.
Interested in joining the
NSW Rural Fire Service?
Please visit www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/volunteer/join-the-nsw-rfs