On 27 October the clocks go back.
When you change your clocks, remember to test your smoke alarms and those of people you care about who might need help with theirs.
You are four times more likely to die in a fire in your home if there is no working smoke alarm. Last year over 70 per cent of people who died were not alerted to the fire by a smoke alarm. A common cause of smoke alarms not working is flat or missing batteries.
The Fire Kills campaign is urging everyone to Tick Tock Test their smoke alarms this clock change weekend. This simple action could save your life.