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Chelsea Tin Shake 2016

Chelsea turns Edithvale orange

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Hi Ho, Hi Ho collecting we will go!

The intersection of Edithvale Road and Station Street in Edithvale became a temporary home for the volunteer members from Chelsea SES today (05/03/2016) as they collected donations from passing traffic.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 09 March 2016 10:56)

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4th Annual Chelsea SES Golf Day

 Everybody needs good Neighbours

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Getting ready for the tee off

The 4th annual Chelsea SES Golf Day was held on Sunday the 28th of February at the Edithvale Public Golf Course, all thanks to the Australasian Golf Club. Channel 10’s Neighbours stars, Alan Fletcher (Dr. Karl) and Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson) were on hand to join in the fun and support the volunteers at the Chelsea Unit.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 09 March 2016 10:57)

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WOW Day 2014

Welcome to Wear Orange Wednesday

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The amazing people we work with throughout the year

Welcome to WOW Day 2014. This year we wanted to highlight some of the other agencies and organisations that we work with throughout the year and very special thanks go to Siobhan Powell (Edithvale CFA), Shaun Rampal (VICPOL), Graham Mummery (Ambulance Victoria), Councillor Tamsin Bearsley (City of Kingston) and Chelsea SES volunteer members, Allan, Peter & Evette. Wear Orange Wednesday is just one day, so here are some of the things we have been up to over the other 364 days since last WOW day.

Last Updated (Sunday, 16 November 2014 09:03)

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November Tin Shake 2014

Pink is NOT the new Orange!

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Ready to go

The volunteer team from Chelsea SES are out and about at the intersection of Centre Dandenong Road and Warrigal Road in Cheltenham, rattling the cans to raise the much needed funds to continue our work assisting our community.

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Plane down in Chelsea

Light plane crashes into house

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Bath Street Chelsea was wall to wall with emergency service vehicles

Like every emergency service member, volunteer or paid, we train for various emergency situations that take us into many diverse scenarios as we try to prepare to meet any situation that confronts us head on. Having said that, I really wonder if we can ever really be prepared for a call like yesterday (14/10/2014) telling us that a light plane had crashed into a property in Chelsea. I think that it would be safe to assume that 99% of the members from all agencies that attended yesterday’s event had never been to a plane crash before and probably never will again. We often hear people say, “I don’t know how you do it” inferring that we are somehow different. I can assure you that we may learn to deal with these things, but we never simply accept them, after all, we are still just people first.

Last Updated (Sunday, 16 November 2014 09:28)

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