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

A consultation on the new Powys Well-being Plan is launched today, Friday 27 January 2023, and runs until midnight on 19 April 2023. The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, requires all Public Service Boards (PSBs) across Wales to prepare a local Well-being plan setting out plans to improve the social, economic, environmental, and cultural well-being of our comm ...

A series of consultation events are to be held over the coming weeks on the draft Well-Being Plan 2023 and the Pembrokeshire public is urged to get involved. The Well-being Plan, produced by the Pembrokeshire Public Services Board, aims to identify, prioritise and agree the objectives and actions to improve well-being across the county 2023-2028. As part of the feedback proce ...

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is issuing a reminder on using candles and incense and oil burners safely at home.

As the cost-of-living crisis prompts more people to consider buying second-hand large domestic appliances, we are urging householders to register all appliances, whether brand new or pre-loved.

We are calling on all budding artist to design an image that will feature in our Farm Fire Safety leaflet. 

People across Swansea are being asked how they think organisations can best work together to improve the well-being of the city in the next five years.

Mid & West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is urging local business and building owners to take steps to protect themselves, their employees, and visitors from the risk of fire this winter.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is pleased to launch its new #MoreThanJustFires campaign video, which throws a light on the diverse services it provides, as well as its continued dedication and commitment in ensuring the safety of the communities it serves.

Neath Port Talbot Public Services Board are looking for your views to help them improve the well-being of people living in the area.

EMERGENCY workers in Wales are reminding the public to treat them with respect in the face of a continued rise in assaults.