In 2004, a number of fire museums, fire heritage collections and fire service enthusiast groups
from across the UK met together to form a new network dedicated to the study and preservation
of Britain’s proud fire service history.
The Fire Heritage Network UK today is not itself a museum, nor is it a society for individual
collectors of memorabilia or old fire engines, or a general fire enthusiasts club, but rather, it
serves to bring together all those organisations who may have a collection of fire related heritage
and to provide mutual assistance and support for the ongoing preservation of this important
element of social history.
Whilst support and advice for its member organisations is a prime function of the Network, it also
acts as a bridge, linking researchers, members of the general public, or enthusiasts to individual
member groups or resources and providing a unified fire-related heritage voice, where

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