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  • 25/07/2014

    15:45
    Service urges farmers to take up Free Farm Fire Safety Checks
    Chair of Powys County Council, Councillor Roche Davies is supporting Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) as they urge farmers to take advantage of their free farm fire safety check.

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  • 18/07/2014

    13:50
    Fire-Service-extend-invitation-to-Royal-Welsh-Show 2014
    ​Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is getting ready to host a stand at this year’s Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells, which starts on Monday. The Service is inviting the public to come along to find out more about what they do and pick up information on fire safety and other emergencies. The recruitment team will also be on hand to provide information on on-call firefighting and discuss the many vacancies we currently have available at stations throughout the Service area.

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26/07/2014 13:41
#mwwcontrol A crew from #Pontardawe have attended a small grass fire in Alltwen.
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26/07/2014 13:38
#mwwcontrol A crew from #Morriston have attended a grass fire in Trallwn.
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26/07/2014 13:34
#mwwcontrol A crew from #Morriston have attended a small fire in Ravenhill Park.
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26/07/2014 13:30
#mwwcontrol Crews from #Borth and #Aberystwyth have attended a grass fire near Borth.
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