Stokes Valley Fire Station: 374 Stokes Valley Road, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Out in the Community: Stokes Valley Christmas Parade 2011
Training: Co-ordinated water attack
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Shift extinguishes 50-year record of fighting fires

The Hutt News
16th January 1996

An most 50-year association with Stokes Valley will come to an end for the Glover family at the end of January, when Phil Glover leaves the valley to take up a new position in Hamilton.

Phil's parents, Larry and Shirley Glover, settled in Stokes Valley in 1947, and built their family home at 263 Main Road. They lived there until their deaths in 1987 and 1988 respectively. Shirley Glover was a well known identity, having worked for many years in the Stokes Valley supermarkets. In the early years, when the children were young, she helped start the only playcentre in the valley.

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Pre-registration for next year’s 75th Jubilee dinner now open (for former brigade members only). http://t.co/jM84wHkPio
Total number of call-outs for November 2013: 20 Year-to-date total (to 30/11/2013): 149 http://t.co/SGstwlN320
Lots of good photos from Wednesday night’s training exercise now up on Flickr! http://t.co/hRSqCfKa5M
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