Fed Up Community Cafe


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Call 999 and ask for the fire service

In the event of a fire, make sure everyone leaves immediately

Closing doors behind you as you leave the house will slow down the spread of flames
and help protect both people and your belongings from fire.


Stay low to the floor where the air is cleaner and cooler
 Shout to warn your family or anyone nearby – even outside
If your clothing catches fire, stop, drop down and roll on the ground until the flames go out
If someone else’s clothing catches light, use a blanket, rug or thick coat to put out the  flames
If you can’t get out, stand by a window so firefighters can see you
Never open a door if it's warm to touch, there could be fire inside

Remember smoke and fumes can quickly overcome anyone. Trying to tackle a fire or staying to salvage goods could prove fatal


Use a lift. Always take the stairs
Stop to take anything with you
Try to go back inside until a firefighter tells you it’s safe to do so
Jump out of a window, unless you are sure it will be safe to do so