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Fireman Sam and Trevor's Big Break). Published 1996 by Cyhoeddiadau Mei.
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Published March 1993 by Heinemann Young Books.
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Fireman Sam (Sam Tân in it's original Welsh) is a Welsh-British children's television series. It is based around the inhabitants of Welsh town Pontypandy (a portmanteau of two real-life towns, Pontypridd and Tonypandy), especially firefighter Sam Jones. The series original run was from 26th December 1985 - 20th June 1994 in Wales, on the children's block of Bumper Films and S4C, and from 17th November 1987 to 16th November 1994 in the rest of United Kingdom, broadcasting on BBC1. The idea for the series was coined by two former ex-firemen from Kent, Dave Gingell and Dave Jones,.
Trevor's Boot Sale is the fifth episode of Series 4. Trevor is collecting old unused objects from the residents as he and Bella are hosting a Boot Sale', but he then gets trapped under Elvis' burnt out cooker at the rubbish dump and i. .
Sam & Elvis rescue him by wearing Chemical Protection Suits and patching up the hole in the Sodium drum
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His job is as the village's bus driver. Charlie Jones, is a fisherman, Bronwyn's husband, Fireman Sam's brother and father of Sarah and James. He is known for his fondness for cricket, his fear of heights, his awkward manner and general bad luck streak. Bronwyn Jones, Bronwyn is a Pontypandy citizen who runs the Wholefish Café and is the mother of Sarah and James. Derek Price, is Norman's cousin, Mr & Mrs Price's son. Helen Flood, is the nurse and mother of Mandy Flood