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Llanwrtyd Wells Fire Station, in the heart of Powys, is an on-call Fire and Rescue Station crewed by members of the local community. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the station providing a co-responder service, in partnership with the Welsh Ambulance Services Trust, to support its communities in their hour of need. Llanwrtyd Wells became the third fire and rescue station within Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service to volunteer to provide this service following Reynoldston (Gower) and Crymych.

With Christmas fast approaching – the time of year when assaults traditionally spike –emergency workers are asking the public to treat them with respect.

Friday, 3rd December 2021, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service newest firefighters will attempt to run lengths of hose from the pier head of Mumbles to Tesco car park in Swansea Marina for charity.

Pembrokeshire’s first Annual Report outlines the work PSB partners have been delivering over the last 12 months towards meeting our collective ‘well-being duty’ to improve the economic, environmental, cultural and social well-being of people and communities in Pembrokeshire, for now and for the future.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service encourages everyone to put safety at the top of the priority list this winter. The winter safety campaign aims to raise awareness of the risks at home and on the road during the winter months and to provide practical advice on keeping warm safely this winter.

Congratulations go to the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue team who took part in the British Firefighter Challenge earlier this month at Moreton-in-Marsh.

The Community Safety Team at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service are urging those with fuel burning appliances, fires, and stoves in the community to install working Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors following a lucky escape by a Milford Haven resident after a Safe & Well Visit by the Fire and Rescue Service.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is supporting the National Fire Chiefs Council’s (NFCC) Student Fire Safety Week campaign.

Running from 25-31 October, the campaign raises awareness on the risk of fire to students starting out on their journey into university life.


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Staying Safe this Winter

With the darker nights and deteriorating weather over the winter months, taking some time to consider winter safety and additional risks present will help safeguard you and your property from potential dangers.

Visit our Winter Safety pages

 



Have Your Say - Our Consultation 

The Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service invites you to share your views on our Draft Strategic Plan 2022-2027 and Draft Annual Business Improvement Plan 2022-2023. 

Visit our Consultation Campaign pages