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Alençon: showmen donate 100 plush toys for children rescued by firefighters

Codename: Operation Pompinours. Objective: to collect stuffed animals from the fairground of Alençon for the benefit of the children rescued by the firefighters. A solidarity partnership with firefighters that has lasted for 6 years.

The operation took place on Friday 11 February, during the carnival of Alençon (Orne). As tradition dictates, the showmen donated about a hundred stuffed animals to the shelter. “All colleagues who run a cuddle stall are happy to donateunderlines Got Gianni, one of the representatives of the fairgrounds of the Candlemas festival, to our colleagues from West France Moreover, Alençon is not the only city where we organize such a collection”, he specifies.

Operation #pompinours, this Friday morning in Alençon, between spokespersons of the fair of the Candlemas…

Posted by SDIS 61 on Friday 11 February 2022

A solidarity partnership that is particularly valuable for firefighters. Indeed, as explained by Sergeant Wilfried Lecomte, in charge of the collection: “These cuddly toys are very useful when children are involved in our interventions. This allows us to easily make contact and explain the situation, especially if we need to apply bandages, putting them on the plush beforehand, or even know the place where, for example, the child feels pain. †

Also during interventions on fires, the hugs offered by the funfair leave a little balm in the hearts of the children. “If a family has lost everything, even if it’s not a big deal, it’s comforting to the children if we can offer them a hug in such a situation. †

A great outpouring of solidarity…

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