State Funeral Bank Holiday Closure

State Funeral Bank Holiday Closure

In honour and respect to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we will be closed on the day of the Funeral, Monday 19 September 2022 and will reopen on Tuesday 20th September 2022.

Please be assured that, during this time, we will be providing emergency 24hr telephone assistance and an emergency call out service for our contracted customers.

New Uniforms

Say Hello to our fantastic Admin Team modelling our new uniforms. You’ll see our engineers out in the field too sporting their updated hoodies and t-shirts.

Back Row: (L-R) Tina, Kate, Sandy.
Front Row: (L-R) Cheryl, Serena, Bridget.

Check out our Facebook page for a behind-the-scenes shot 😃

Happy Retirement

Mr John Royles, one of the joint partners in Smiths fire Llp for more than 40 years, retired from the company on 31st January 2022. His daughter Kate remains as a valued and much-needed employee.

The company has reverted to it’s original family ownership with Richard Smith now the sole Senior Partner and his daughter Serena continuing to progress her role within the company.

Richard and all employees would like to thank John for his invaluable contribution to the company and wish him a happy retirement.

The Smith family intend the company to grow, both naturally and by acquisition in the future. None of the company’s current obligations, procedures or staff will be affected by this change.

Mick has recently joined the Smiths Fire team of extinguisher technicians. He is very knowledgeable in his area with 15 years previous experience in the fire industry.

When he is not at work he can be found enjoying family life with his wife, Emma & 2 children. Mick is also a keen football supporter of Luton Town football club.

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