Nine personnel from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service recently volunteered their time to deliver three fire engines and equipment as part of the largest ever UK Fire and Rescue Service convoy.

We will be at Swansea Pride once again this year this Saturday 18th May, at Guildhall in Swansea.

On Tuesday 7th May, Councillor Thomas Tudor – former Chair of Pembrokeshire County Council visited Haverfordwest Station, along with Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) Deputy Chair of the Fire Authority - Councillor John Davies, for a tour of the station and their new fire appliance.

Join us at Welshpool Fire Station on Saturday, June 15th, for an exciting session filled with hands-on experiences and insights into the world of firefighting.

Across the UK The Fire Fighters Charity Clothes Recycling generated just over £956,000, collecting over 4,700 tonnes of clothing, re-diverting this away from landfill.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has been working closely with Wardens from Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, as well as landowners and graziers, to cut firebreaks ahead of the summer months.

On Wednesday, April 24th, Newtown Fire Station hosted the second annual ‘Connect for’ event, which provides the opportunity for local organisations with the overall aim of enhancing service delivery, reducing risk and supporting health and well-being.

Firefighter Brian Hamer has recently retired after a remarkable 45 years of dedicated service to the community of Llanidloes.

On Sunday, May 6th, the Swansea West, Swansea Central, Morriston, Port Talbot, Gorseinon, Neath, Pontardawe, Pontarddulais and Carmarthen crews were called to an incident on New Cut Road, Swansea city centre.

Members of the UK’s domestic and international search and rescue teams recently came together to carry out highly specialised training in Wales’s capital city.