Dear Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service,
Which newspapers, magazines, journals & online subscriptions did the organisation procure or receive free during the year 16/17?
Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request ENQ-133262-Y3T3Q8
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Freedom of Information Act 2000 –Information Request ENQ-133262-Y3T3Q8
I refer to your request for information dated 12 December 2018. Your
request was sent to Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service which is a department of
Norfolk County Council.
You asked: Dear Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, Which newspapers,
magazines, journals & online subscriptions did the organisation procure or
receive free during the year 16/17?
Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service does not purchase any newspapers, magazines,
journals etc. They receive “Fire Times” and “In Attendance” free of
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