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As the Summer season approaches with the promise of warmer weather it is the ideal time to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, booking your staycations or holidays, taking your family on a camping trip, or just enjoying your local area.
Mydrian Harries, Corporate Head of Prevention and Protection
If you have booked a holiday or plan on spending some time away from your home, leaving it unoccupied your house could be at an increased risk of burglary. Here are some really useful tips and safety advice you can take to make your home less attractive to burglary whilst you are away.
Will Bowen, Home Fire Safety Manager
Nothing quite says summer like firing up the barbecue and cooking outdoors. Whether you are in the garden or out camping follow our simple advice to barbecue safely and avoid injuries or damage to property.
Visit our Barbecue Safety page for advice and guidance
During the summer, it's only natural to want to stay outside later into the evening, sitting around a fire pit or chiminea with family or friends. Follow our simple safety tips to stay safe this summer.
With the promise of warmer weather and our typical holiday season, we understand that many of us are tempted to venture for a swim in open waters, a dip in the pool or a relax in the hot-tub.
Jeremy Trew, Station Manager Community Safety
During the height of the holiday season road users need to be more aware, of not only increased traffic but driving on roads that are unfamiliar. There are many factors that you should consider when driving in any conditions or circumstances and we have some top safety advice that could make your summer outing or holiday that less stressful. If you are travelling in an area you are not familiar with take your time and plan your route before you set off.
Spencer Lewis, Road Safety Manager
In Mid and West Wales, we boast some of the most varied stunning scenery in the country. We'd like your help to keep it that way. Warmer weather and the increased numbers of people visiting the countryside creates a greater risk of fire. When out and about follow our simple guidelines to keep yourselves and our countryside safe.
The use of Sky, or Chinese Lanterns and intentional balloon releases, not only present a fire hazard, but they also litter the countryside and prevent serious hazards to livestock and wildlife. Check the guidelines below for more information.