A handy pocket guide to human rights and why they are important to the everyday lives of people in Swansea has been launched.

MAWWFRS Authority Annual Business Improvement Plan 2023/2024

Your Fire Service, Your Say! We need your input!

 

As the air turns cooler and leaves drop from the trees, it's important to keep a few important Autumn safety tips in mind. With proper precautions and safety awareness, your family can enjoy that crisp Autumn weather while avoiding some of the dangers that come with the season. When the weather turns cold most people spend more time inside their homes using fireplaces, wood b ...

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service are offering chimney fire safety advice as part of the National Chimney Fire Safety Week 2022.

The high temperatures and dry weather indicate a very busy time for the farming community. 

With the warm, sunny and dry weather forecast, what a perfect opportunity to start to enjoy the wonderful countryside and beaches that we have to offer.

The UK Climate Projections 2018 indicated that weather conducive to wildfire ignition will increase and the wildfire season will extend. With the potential of warmer and wetter winters increasing the fuel load and with longer and drier summers increasing the risk of fire. 

As the Summer season approaches with the promise of warmer weather it is the ideal time to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, booking your staycations or holidays, taking your family on a camping trip, or just enjoying your local area.

This week sees the launch of the National Fire Chiefs Council’s Be Water Aware Campaign. 

As a gesture of support to Ukrainian firefighters, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has donated 4 appliances to the fire services in Ukraine. On Tuesday, 19th April 2022, a fire appliance and an incident response unit left mid and west Wales to join up with a UK wide, fire and rescue, convoy that will soon be travelling across Europe to deliver a fleet of appliances ...