Civil Emergency Service Volunteers


CESV went for the ‘triple. – an honour to honour those who gave their lives for others to live


It was an honour for members of the Civil Emergency Service Volunteers (CESV) to be asked to attend all three remembrance services as part of their duties. The first was held on Saturday evening at the Old British Cemetery, Girne to remember the sixty two police of three nationalities who fell in the line of duty during the Cyprus troubles between 1955 to 1959.  A monument to the British Cyprus police was unveiled and blessed by Reverend Wendy Hough and Reverend Canon David Wilbraham.  As the sun set over theRead More

You couldn’t make it up…………


says Claire Lamb as she tells of a made up make up day for the CESV……………….. Actually if you had joined in with the latest course held by members of the Civil Emergency Service Volunteers (CESV) you probably could make it up! The new training year got off to a great start for the CESV with a makeup course headed by Terry Carter.  It was a refresher for some and a new experience for others, opening up a world of make believe.  As many of our followers will know we likeRead More