Wiltshire fire course to help anti-social behaviour

A group of Wiltshire teenagers with anti-social behaviour problems are taking part in a week-long project with the fire service.

Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service are working with 15 young people, aged 13-18 from Salisbury, to help build confidence and team-working skills.

The course includes firefighting with pumps and hydrants, abseiling, road accident rescue and casualty care.

The scheme, known as Salamander, is paid for by the Youth Justice Board.

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