Find out about the latest Campaigns at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

Today, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service launches it's Halloween and Bonfire Night safety campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the heightened risks at this time of year and to provide practical advice on celebrating safely.

It’s Candle Safety Week and with the night’s drawing in, it’s a perfect opportunity to re-evaluate the risks of using candles.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority is consulting on its Commitments and Improvement and Well-being Objectives as part of its Draft Strategic Plan 2022-2027 and Annual Business Improvement Plan 2022-2023.

The rights of children have been put to the forefront in Dyfed-Powys, as Dyfed-Powys Police, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner have jointly adopted a Children’s Rights Charter.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is seeking applicants for Wholetime Firefighters, with a recruitment process launching at 9am on Thursday, September 9.

One of our newest firefighters, Sioned Evans, has provided us with an insight into the role. If you are thinking about applying, we recommend that you read her story….

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. 

With the Summer season fast approaching Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service are ready with some great tips and essential safety advice to ensure that you have a safe Summer. 

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 ...

Work with us, not against us,  say emergency workers after rise in assaults ASSAULTS on emergency workers in Wales are on the rise, new data has revealed. More than 4,240 assaults were committed against emergency workers, including police, fire and ambulance crews, in the period April 2019 – November 2020, representing a monthly average increase from 202 in 2019 to 222 in 202 ...