Rural Fire Service volunteers were treated to a free haircut on Saturday in a show of support for their efforts during the catastrophic fires that have been burning across the country.
Bree's Own Platinum Barbering owner Bree Pollet and barber Memoe Jarallah offered the free haircuts from 9am to 2pm on Saturday.
Mrs Pollet said all money from paying customers would be donated to the Rural Fire Service.
"We saw everything that the firefighters did across the state and across the country this summer," Ms Pollet said.
"It's a small way of giving back but it can be nice to get a nice fresh haircut after a summer in the field."
Mayor Reg Kidd was among the paying customers who dropped in for a haircut in the morning so his payment could be donated to the RFS.
"It's a great initiative," Mr Kidd said.
"It was great to have a haircut and one of the youngest volunteers of the RFS got a haircut."
Orange Rural Fire Service captain Ian Sutherland and some of his crew members were among those who visited the barbershop for a haircut on Saturday.
"I think it's great there's been a lot of it which is good to see everybody jumping in to give support when they can," Mr Sutherland said.
"It shows the appreciation from the community."
"We've had a lot of little jobs here with nothing major but a lot of trucks and people have been going in and out of the area since September."
Mr Sutherland said that from five months or 162 days of deployments there were 752 people deployed to the bushfires, totalling 1123 working days for Rural Fire Service volunteers from the Canobolas Zone.
He said each crew that was deployed could have members from different branches within the zone.
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