It is vital, particularly in times like these, when pensioners are under threat,
that fire-fighters stand together.
The Standard Bearer of the National Association of Retired Firefighters, Alan Beecroft,
representing NARF at the Service of Thanksgiving. National Memorial Arboretum. May
The National Association of Retired Firefighters was founded in 1968, to fight for
conditions of former firefighters and Fire Service widows and their families.
NARF consists of locally based branches, which enable members to meet, socialise,
and keep in touch with old comrades from within their own Brigades, and Direct Members
who have no local branch, or do not wish to be a member of a branch, but would like
to belong to an organization consisting of like minded people that they understand,
and will represent them.
However, most importantly, being part of a national organization allows retired
firefighters to unite, and their voices to be heard at a national level. Being national
also allows NARF to be represented on other important bodies for the retired, such
as the National Pensioners Convention, and the Public Service Pensioners Council,
Age Concern England, Age Concern Scotland, and Age Concern Cymru.
Not already a member?
Join the National Association of Retired Firefighters
- Have you Retired from the Fire Service?
- Are you a Fire Service widow?
The aims and objectives of the Association are:-
- To promote and safeguard the interest of all its members, and their dependants,
and actively engage with other pensioner organisations.
- To promote measures for members welfare, companionship and social contacts.
- To maintain links with the Fire Service.
So join NARF, as a local Branch Member, or as a Direct Member, and help to maintain
not only your own conditions, but those of your fellow retired firefighters.