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On Saturday, March 24th, the Brecon crew attended a domestic property fire caused by charging electrical equipment left on a bed. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is issuing a reminder on the importance of not leaving devices or appliances charging unattended.

In support of International Women’s Day 2023 the Service held an event at the National Botanic Garden, to celebrate the journeys and achievements of inspiring women, both within our fire family and locally. The event ran throughout the entire day, with four female speakers, group workshops and peer networking.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service crews in Pembrokeshire will soon be joined by some very special helpers as they respond to incidents – a collection of handmade teddy bears with important roles to play!


The Fire Fighters Charity have announced a record-breaking year of their annual Bag it and Bank it Recycling Championship – and Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service have made the top 5 of UK fire and rescue services!

Charlotte Owen, from Llanelli entered our Farm Safety Competition where we asked for budding young artists to design an image on what Farm Safety meant to them.

Last week on International Women’s Day, Shona Powell-Hughes-Wakley, Nicola Davies, Karen Mayze and Nina Bishop, all members of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service headed to Nottingham to take part in the ladies first GB Women’s Fire Service Rugby match against the British Police.

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Crews from Reynoldston, Swansea West, Swansea Central, Gorseinon and Tumble were called to a large garage fire on Tuesday, March 14th.

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

Spring Safety

Spring is here!! With more daylight hours and lighter evenings approaching this is the perfect opportunity to start with those jobs around the house and garden that were put off during winter months.

For more information visit our Spring Safety campaign page

We want your views

This is your Fire and Rescue Service!

We want to know what you think of the services we provide and how you believe we can make changes to ensure we continually develop our prevention, protection and response activities and improve the way we run our business.

We regularly run formal consultations, giving you the opportunity to share your views on our vision and objectives across our various plans.

To ensure we continue to provide an efficient and effective service to our communities, challenging and improving the way we work is really important so we encourage you to talk to us at any time.