Ellesmere Shropshire had a large covering of snow in the aftermath of storm Caroline, as Caroline moved across to Scandinavia it dragged cold weather down from the North and over Britain.
North Wales and the Midlands as well as Scotland took the brunt of the Snow leaving people stranded and the Met Office giving a severe weather warning stating not to drive unless absolutely neccessary.
To some this weather is a shock as over the last few years we have had reletively mild Winters, the younger generation will not remember severe snow storms that we had in the 1970’s and 1980’s, I remember as a youngster myself the snow drifting over the hedges and even came across farmers digging there tractors out of the lanes nearby.
Ellesmere Shropshire Fire and Rescue keeping us safe
Ellesmere Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service is committed to “Putting Shropshire’s Safety First”. This section gives home fire safety information and advice that can help you and your family stay safe.
Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service operates from 23 strategically located sites across Shropshire. The Service has 4 whole-time stations located in Wellington, Shrewsbury, Telford and Tweedale. On-call firefighters operate from 22 stations. The Service headquarters is in Shrewsbury and the Service training centre is in Telford.