Firefighters will be taking part in two separate charity challenges on Tuesday 22 December.
All monies raised on the day will go to The Fire Fighters Charity, which supports injured firefighters and their families through emotional and physical trauma.
Firefighters row to Lapland for Charity
A group of South Yorkshire firefighters are set to take part in a gruelling rowing challenge to Lapland to raise money for charity.
The firefighters will start rowing at 10am on The Moor in Sheffield and will attempt to row the distance to Lapland, 2188km approximately.
The High Sheriff of South Yorkshire, Mr John Holt and his Under-sheriff Mr Rob Chitoriski will be there supporting the firefighters and will also take their turn with the rowing.
Firefighter recruits take on CPR challenge
A group of firefighter recruits will be putting their life saving skills to the test when they take part in a CPR challenge to raise money for charity
The eight recruits from South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue will be performing CPR on first aid manikins, for approximately six hours (from 9am) on Tuesday 22 December in Meadowhall, Sheffield, near to the Argos entrance.
Watch Manager Steve Jeffries said; “This challenge we have set the recruits with be a struggle, but with the support from members of the public, I’m confident they will complete it”
“Shoppers are invited to come and cheer them on, Instructors will also be on hand to give basic life support and fire safety advice.”