On Tuesday, 18th July we welcomed the High Sheriffs of Dyfed, Powys, and West Glamorgan, – Messrs Meurig Raymond, Reg Cawthorne, and Alan Brayley respectively, to Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) headquarters.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is leading a pioneering initiative to use treated wastewater to tackle fires.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service joined the colourful Llanelli Pride celebrations on Saturday, July 15th.

If you're looking for a fun, challenging and exciting way to gain new skills, join our Fire Cadets Programme!

In June, the United Kingdom International Search and Rescue (UK-ISAR) Team held a training exercise in Singapore.

The Abercrave Fire Cadets held their passing out ceremony to celebrate their amazing achievements on Monday, July 10th.

The Service's Drone Team recently held a multi-agency training exercise at Ffos Las Racecourse.

The Aberystwyth crew recently welcomed pupils from Ysgol Llwyn yr Eos to their station to present them with a cheque following a recent charity event.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority are inviting suppliers to tender for the supply and maintenance of resin flooring.

Crews from Swansea Central, Neath and Pontardawe, along with the Level 3 Rope Rescue Team, attended a training exercise on the Neath Railway Bridge on Friday, June 9th.