Students from Montrose Primary School and Billanook Primary School took part in a Fire Safe Kids program then showcased what they had learnt through art.
Montrose Brigade Lieutenant Val Gallacher said this project was a great opportunity to educate and engage the community.
“This project allowed us to teach the kids about fire safety and also gave us some inspiring murals to display at the station,” Val said.
“The fire station is a hub in the area and we thought it needed a little brightening up, so why not use this opportunity to get the local primary schools involved.
“Montrose brigade regularly delivers Fire Safe Kids programs and the schools often thank us with a card or piece of art.
“I got in touch with the teachers at Montrose Primary School and Billanook Primary school and asked if they could work on a project together for our station,” Val added. “They were both very keen to get involved and got children from all year levels participate.
“We provided them with the canvases and they did the rest.
“We have an amazing membership at Montrose brigade, so why not reflect on the outside what we have on the inside.”