The 7th of December has been designated Welsh Language Rights Day, and so, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service wishes to take advantage of this day to remind the public that they have the right to use the Welsh language with the Fire and Rescue Service.

The community safety team at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service have provided some helpful information to help you stay safe.

Every year in Wales, fire is responsible for damaging thousands of hectares of countryside, open space and wildlife habitats. The three fire and rescue service in Wales want to continue to work with local communities, farmers and landowners to protect our precious Welsh landscape. In North Wales, Tim Owen, Partnerships and Communities Manager East Area and Wildfire lead for N ...

All Fire and Rescue Services in Wales and Public Health Wales are urging people to take simple steps to protect themselves from accidental fires and carbon monoxide poisoning as they look to keep warm and cut energy use this winter.

All Fire and Rescue Services in Wales and Public Health Wales are urging people to take simple steps to protect themselves from accidental fires and carbon monoxide poisoning as they look to keep warm and cut energy use this winter.

All three Fire and Rescue Services in Wales are urging households to remain vigilant and follow lifesaving safety advice after a growing concern for electrical fire safety at home. In the three years to 31st October 2022, Welsh Fire and Rescue Services attended almost a thousand accidental electrical fires in the home.

The Fire Control Centre in Bridgend are proud to be planning a 2022/2023 Recruitment Campaign for Control Firefighter.

 

Carmarthenshire’s Public Services Board (PSB) is seeking residents’ views to find out what matters to them and their local communities.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service have been working in partnership with South Wales Police, Dyfed Powys Police and Local Authorities to raise public awareness on how to be safe for the upcoming Halloween and Fireworks activities. 

All Fire and Rescue Services in Wales and Public Health Wales are urging people to take simple steps to protect themselves from accidental fires and carbon monoxide poisoning as they look to keep warm and cut energy use this winter.