Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service urge businesses to make fire safety a priority.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is responsible for providing emergency response cover to nearly 12,000 square kilometers - almost two-thirds of Wales. 

Here's what kept us busy during August 2023.

Since completing the Welsh 3 Peaks Challenge last year, 14 members of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service have stepped up their game, challenging themselves to take on the National 3 Peaks Challenge, all in aid of raising vital funds and awareness for The Fire Fighters Charity.

On Monday, August 21st, Member of the Senedd for Mid and West Wales, Jane Dodds MS, visited Newtown Fire Station to meet the crew as well as members of the local ‘Knit and Natter Newtown’ group.

This month sees the launch our Autumn Safety campaign.

Read the August edition of our monthly Service Magazine, Calon Tân!

The Ceredigion and Powys Community Safety Team, supported by crew members from Builth Wells Fire Station, recently attended this year’s Young Carers Festival.

It’s been a busy week of presenting Community Safety competition winners with their prizes!

On Tuesday, August 22nd, a Fire and Rescue Service Experience Day was held at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service’s Earlswood Training Facility in Neath Port Talbot.

The Pontarddulais crew came to the rescue of a trapped dog on Sunday, August 20th.