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  • 18/01/2018

    ELT raise £200 for LATCH Charity
    Our Executive Leadership Team were delighted to welcome Mrs Helen Gravelle of the LATCH Charity to Service Headquarters today, Thursday 18th January 2018, to present a cheque of £200 to the charity.
  • 11/01/2018

    Cardigan Firefighters empty their pockets for charity
    At a recent drill night at Cardigan Fire Station, crew members agreed to empty their pockets of any loose change in support of Cardigan Food Bank.
  • 27/12/2017

    MAWWFRS Offers Safety Advice on Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
    Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is reminding the public of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. Between 2014 and 2016 Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service attended 166 incidents of carbon monoxide exposure across the Service area. 
  • 15/12/2017

    The 3 Fire Services Support Welsh Police Forces Don’t Drink Drug and Drive Campaign this Christmas
    December will see the three Fire and Rescue Services working closely with the 4 Police services across Wales. The three Welsh Fire and Rescue Services are supporting the Welsh Police forces campaign to raise awareness about drink/drug driving. Drink/drug driving are two of the main causes of fatal road traffic collisions in Wales. 
  • 04/12/2017

    Festive party-goers in Mid and West Wales targeted in national Don’t Drink and Drown campaign with RLSS
    Campaign from the Royal Life Saving Society UK hopes to save lives this festive season.

    Festive revellers in Mid and West Wales are being warned to act responsibly near water during their night out, as part of a national charity’s Don’t Drink and Drown campaign.

    The campaign, run by the UK’s drowning prevention charity the Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK), urges people not to walk home near bodies of water after they have been drinking.

  • 01/12/2017

    Stay safe on the roads this winter
    Spend the festive period with your loved ones and not with us.

    As the temperature drops, MAWWFRS would like to alert everyone to the dangers of cold weather conditions, particularly on the road.