Protecting Our Communities.

Welcome to the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service invites you to share your views on our Draft Annual Business Improvement Plan 2023/2024.

Our Improvement and Well-being Objectives are developed to ensure that we remain fully committed to improving the safety and wellbeing of the communities that we serve.

Read our Draft Annual Business Improvement Plan 2023/2024 today and have your say to be in with a chance to win a £100.00 Love2Shop gift card by completing our on-line questionnaire.

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Latest News

On Friday evening 18th November 2022, we were proud to present our awards ceremony for the first time since the COVID pandemic and rebranded as the More Than Just Fires Awards.

On Friday 18th of November, crew from Ammanford Fire Station assisted the local community of Pantyffynnon, by providing transport for Santa to the annual Christmas light switch on.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is welcoming in the festive season with its Annual Charity Carol Service.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service held their second Annual Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Ceremony for their Western Division, on the evening of Wednesday 26th October 2022.

All three Fire and Rescue Services in Wales are urging households to remain vigilant and follow lifesaving safety advice after a growing concern for electrical fire safety at home. In the three years to 31st October 2022, Welsh Fire and Rescue Services attended almost a thousand accidental electrical fires in the home.

Today our Chief Fire Officer officially signed up to the Swansea Bay Healthy Travel Charter on behalf of the Service at our Southern Division Headquarters in Morriston.

The Fire Control Centre in Bridgend are proud to be planning a 2022/2023 Recruitment Campaign for Control Firefighter.


Carmarthenshire’s Public Services Board (PSB) is seeking residents’ views to find out what matters to them and their local communities.

Featured campaigns

Operation DawnsGlaw
Operation Dawns Glaw, a multi-agency taskforce of specialist from key agencies across Wales has reformed to reduce, and where possible eliminate the impact of grass fires across Wales.

Visit our DawnsGlaw campaign page

Autumn Safety 
The changing of the leaves signifies that Autumn is fast approaching, bringing with it cooler temperatures and shorter days. Autumn is a perfect time to finish those last few jobs in the garden, get your heating system serviced and if you have a solid fuel burner, get those chimneys cleaned.

Visit our Autumn Safety Campaign pages