Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority Standards Committee met on May 17th 2023, to consider a complaint by a member of the public made to the Public Service Ombudsman for Wales.

The winner of our Community Safety competition at the Wales Airshow visited Morriston Fire Station on Wednesday, July 6th.

The Carmarthen, Swansea and Haverfordwest crews joined the Llansteffan Coastguard for a joint training exercise on Friday, June 30th.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service covers a variety of incidents throughout each month, here is what kept us busy during June.

 

A new Chair and Deputy Chair have been elected to lead Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority over the next two municipal years.

Congratulations and thanks to Crew Manager David Christopher of Presteigne Fire Station for 35 years of service!

Following a recent increase in the number of barn fire incidents attended to by our crews, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is issuing a reminder and guidance on farm fire safety.

Our Service magazine, Calon Tân, has a fresh new look!

Newtown Fire Station recently visited 93-year-old retired firefighter, Elwyn Jones, at his care home.

On 5th June 2023, 12 members of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) set out on an epic cycling challenge, that would put their physical and mental strength to the ultimate test!