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At its peak, 14 fire appliances, a High-Volume Pump and Incident Command Unit were on the scene, with around 100 Firefighters working tirelessly throughout the afternoon, evening and into the night to bring the incident under control.

Crucial public services that are helping to support people of all ages across Swansea continue to be strengthened, according to a new report.


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.

Recently retired Firefighters Peter Morris, Jeremy Lloyd and Julian Pearce were presented with their Certificates of Service last week.  They have completed around 80 years of service between them. Mark Johns who, to date has completed 10 years, was also presented with a Certificate of Service.  SM Emyr Thomas and WM Matthew Cray presented their certificates, medals, and tanka ...

Crews from Pondardawe station underwent a “paw-fect” rescue mission for this little pup, pictured here with the crew

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. 

Congratulations and a huge welcome to our 9 new Full-time Firefighters!

Congratulations to Newtown Fire Cadets who have secured funding £900 from the National Lottery to set up a jubilee garden at the front of Newtown Fire Station.   Local Primary Schools have supported the project by filling raised boxes with plants. These plants were provided at a discounted rate by Morrisons.   Each school painted their boxes to commemorate the Queen’s Plati ...

  We are expecting this summer to be the busiest ever in Wales. With its stunning scenery and spectacular beaches, we are certain people will flock to the coast and rivers   We are urging everyone to respect the water, think about their own safety and know what to do in an emergency.   Richard Davies, Water Safety Manager says; ‘Our main advice is to visit a lifeguarded be ...