Where it all began.
Magherafelt AFS Fire Crew 1950's with members of the Doyle Family.
Back Row Centre Pasty Doyle
Back Row Far Right: Hugh Doyle Snr
Front Row, 3rd From Left: Charlie Doyle
A picture can paint a thousand words, and this image potrays how the seed was sown for the Doyle families long affiliation with both the Fire Service and Fire Safety Industry.
Cookstown Fire Crew (early70's)
Back row left to right, ? John Greer, Tommy Black, Charlie Doyle, Redmond Getty, Jack Hill, ?.
Front row left to right, Dessy O'Neil, Stuarty Barrett, Geordie Reid, ?, Johny Reid, Tommy Taylor.
Magherafelt Fire Crew (early 70's)
Magherafelt Crew with their new cutting edge L4P type fire appliance.
Leading Fireman Brenan Doyle 5th from left,
Station Officer Charlie Doyle 9th from left.
Magherafelt take delivery of lastest fire appliance.
Sub Officer Charlie McIntyre takes delivery of their new L4P from the Chief Fire Officer.
Station Officer Charlie Doyle looks on.
Morning after the night before.
Cookstown fire crew take a well earned break from fire fighting, having dealt with the aftermath of a bomb which destroyed the Braeside Bar 1992.
Left to right, Firefighter Hugh Doyle, Station Officer Harry Martin, Leading Firefighter Ronnie Hughes, Firefighter Martin Millar, Firefighter Paul Harkness and Leading Firefighter Dennis Black.
Children in Need Fundraising
Cookstown Firefighters Hugh Doyle & Martin McDaid with the Late Leading Firefighter Stephen Eastwood taking part in the Annual Children in Need collection outside the Station in Chapel Street Cookstown.
Cookstown Fire Crew 1993
Fire Safe Fire Risk Assessor Tommy Quinn (middle row, 2nd from right) and Hugh Doyle (back row, 2nd from left)
Fire at TJ Hamiltons (Union Street)
Fire Fighter Hugh Doyle getting ready to re-enter the building during a fire at TJ Hamilton VW Audi showroom summer 1993.
Claire Mulgrew & Stephen Hughes get a helping hand to see Santa by Firefighter Hugh Doyle and the Late Leading Firefighter Stephen Eastwood.
Children in Need.
Fire Safe's Tommy Quinn (back row, 3rd from right) and Hugh Doyle (back row, 3rd from left) part of the team of Cookstown Fire Fightterswho raised £2700 for the BBC Children in Need Appeal November 1991
Cookstown Fire Crew
Fire Safe's Tommy Quinn (back row, 1st from left and Hugh Doyle (back row 2nd from left) part of the team of Cookstown Fire Fighters who raised over £4000 for local charity.
Fire Safe New Offices Official Opening
Hugh's late father Charlie Doyle who officially opened Fire Safe's new office and service centre June 2014 at Derryloran Business Centre Cookstown.
The Next Generation
Hugh and son Michael Doyle who installed the fire extinguishers for South West College’s new £30million Erne Campus. The building has been certified as the world’s largest Passive House ‘Premium’ educational building setting a new standard for educational buildings across the globe for energy efficiency, year-round comfort and indoor air quality. Fire Safe were delighted to be a part of this ground breaking project.