Buying a beanie hat will be the last thing on most people’s minds in the middle of summer, but sales of the limited edition, 25th anniversary of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service branded, beanie hats have already raised £500 for The Fire Fighters Charity.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is delighted to publish its Welsh Language Standards Annual Report for April 2020 to March 2021.

A long-term project, to protect Kilvey Hill from deliberate fire setting, is seeing great collaboration between the local residents of Bonymaen, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and South Wales Police. 

Following 42 years of service, Watch Manager Keith Jenkins, Haverfordwest Fire Station is retiring from his wholetime duties as a Business Fire Safety Officer.  

Our Business Fire Safety team turns towards technology to deliver their services during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Service has been successful in extending its Gold Status in the Public Health Wales Healthy Working Wales Awards.

Firefighter Carl Lewis and fellow Firefighters at Llandeilo Fire Station to climb Penyfan 5 times, totaling 20 miles, in full Firefighting kit along with a breathing apparatus in memory of his sister Marie.  

Firefighters from Narberth, with support from the local community, have come forward to build a path that will enable children and adults, who use wheelchairs, to access the school’s nature reserve.

Liz Calligan, who is Command Co-Ordinator for our Northern Division, is doing a Tandem Skydive in memory of our former colleague and friend, Robbie Jones of Aberystwyth.  Robbie sadly lost his battle with cancer in December last year.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is supporting the National Fire Chiefs Council’s (NFCC) National Sprinkler Week campaign. Running from 17th - 23rd May, the campaign raises awareness of the benefits of sprinkler systems in keeping people and buildings safe from fire. Fire sprinklers are widely recognised as the single most effective method for fighting the spread of ...