Find out about the latest goings on at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

On Wednesday, January 18th, paramedics based at the Swansea Central station conducted a training session with the on-duty firefighters.

Last week, the Pontardawe crew rescued a dog, Maude, who was trapped in a ravine on the Graig-y-Pal mountain.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is issuing a reminder on using candles and incense and oil burners safely at home.

As the cost-of-living crisis prompts more people to consider buying second-hand large domestic appliances, we are urging householders to register all appliances, whether brand new or pre-loved.

This summer, 12 members of Mid and West Fire and Rescue Service will take on The Big Challenge!

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for snow and ice in parts of Wales over the next couple of days, therefore the Service is calling on all residents to take extra care when driving in these conditions.

As winter temperatures bring more hazardous and challenging road conditions, Road Safety Wales is reminding employers to review their driving for work risk management policy and ensure that winter driving is properly covered.

 

During the first half of January 2023 alone, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has attended several smoke and carbon monoxide alarm related incidents.

 

We are calling on all budding artist to design an image that will feature in our Farm Fire Safety leaflet. 

People across Swansea are being asked how they think organisations can best work together to improve the well-being of the city in the next five years.