Monday, 16 September 2013
Pat Noye, Secretary, Turkey Beach Rural Fire Brigade
This happy snap was taken just before leaving Turkey Beach for a regional hazard reduction burn at Round Hill/ Deepwater National Park. Our Brigade was very fortunate to be the recipient of a grant from RFBAQ for the purchase of an electric reel for our appliance, Turkey Beach 51.
The installation of the reel has made life much easier for our fire-fighters, resulting in less fatigue on the fire ground and much quicker movement. One press of a button and the hose automatically rewinds. No more huffing and puffing.
Our Brigade prides itself in keeping our Turkey Beach area and assisting other neighbouring areas to be as fire free as Mother Nature allows.
Turkey Beach Rural Fire Brigade is most grateful to the Rural Fire Brigades Association Queensland for making these grants available to brigades and for the purchase of such items.
L to R: Sarah Goodfellow; Greg Rossiter; Brian Kirwan, Second Officer; Peter Daley, Third Officer; Arthur Wills; Errol Noye, First Officer; and Michael Goodfellow
- How to Apply
- RFBAQ Grant of $10,000 goes towards Allandale RFB construction of a new fire station
- Cooyar Town RFB and Cooyar
- Mutdapilly RFB Station Grant
- Prenzlau RFB Station Grant
- Eudlo RFB Station Grant
- Mount Larcom RFB Station Grant
- Gatton Springdale RFB Receives RFBAQ Grant
- Official Shed Opening for Obi Obi Rural Fire Brigade
- Thank You From Wallumbilla RFB
- Tarome RFB Station Grant
- Scott Rural Fire Brigade receives RFBAQ Grant
- Millstream South RFB and Georgetown RFB receives new Isuzu truck
- Tumoulin RFB Receives Appliance
- RFBAQ Funds Water Connection For Brigade
- Turkey Beach new hose reel in use
- Bauhinia RFB thanks for RFBAQ grant
- Previous Grant Applications