The information bulletin below has been forwarded to us from Early Years, please read.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has asked us to pass on the following public health message. It is particularly applicable to providers in the Milton and north Cambridge area, which is where the main health risk for the variable smoke discharge is currently, but the wind may change direction and affect other areas.
You are advised to inform parents and children to avoid prolonged exposure to any smoke they may see. This may be when waiting for public transport, walking or cycling to or from your setting. You should assess the risks of children being outside if plumes are blowing across your outdoor space tomorrow and over the next few days.
Residents in the area are urged to stay indoors and keep windows and doors closed as a precaution and avoid exposure to smoke.
We only received this message late on Monday afternoon, we recognise and children and their families will have entered and left your provision on Monday and Tuesday morning. If you are located in the area of the fire, please can you consider passing on the message via any parent communication systems or other links you have including your website.
There is more information on the Fire and Rescue Service website
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