Dwellingup celebrates fire fighter Bradley Warr’s dedication to future of fire fighting

Emergency Services Minister Fran Logan, Murray Lang, Bradley Warr and DFES Commissioner Darren Klemm at the awards ceremony.
Emergency Services Minister Fran Logan, Murray Lang, Bradley Warr and DFES Commissioner Darren Klemm at the awards ceremony.

A DWELLINGUP resident’s dedication to the future of fire fighting was celebrated at an awards ceremony hosted by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services.

Dwellingup Bush Fire Brigade’s Bradley Warr received the Murray Lang Bush Fire Service of WA Award at the Fire and Emergency Services award ceremony, recognising his work with the Dwellingup Bush Fire Cadets.

Murray Shire president David Bolt said Mr Warr’s selfless contribution to emergency services was indicative of the calibre of Murray volunteers whose dedication was vital to strengthening and protecting the community.

“Instrumental in championing the emergency services responders of tomorrow, Bradley is commended for the support and leadership he offers fire fighting youth,’’ he said.

“The Murray Lang Bush Fire Service of WA Award recognises individuals who have excelled in their service to the community.

“Murray is fortunate to have a significant number of hard working emergency service volunteers who sacrifice their own time to protect the community.”