As the weather improves and the Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease, an increase in staycations is predicted with many choosing to holiday in Wales’ beauty hotspots. Fire Service’s across Wales are working in partnership with Visit Wales and holiday home owners to ensure they are familiar with new and updated guidance to continue keeping themselves and their customers safe this ...

Over the coming weeks and months, many of us will be busy giving our homes a spring clean and sprucing up our gardens in preparation for the wonderful Welsh summer!!  Whilst having an uncluttered home and a tidy garden is a pleasing outcome, disposing of the waste can often be a chore that many people might prefer to tackle by burning their waste, using a garden incinerator.  ...

Mid & West Wales Fire & Rescue Service Support Register My Appliance Week 26th-30th April 2021 As we return to the new normal, during Register My Appliance Week, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is reminding households to look around their homes and register the more than 100 million older appliances that helped sustain and often entertain them through lockdo ...

As part of its Northern Area Development Project, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) has announced that development work will shortly commence at its site at Parc Noyadd, Llandrindod Wells.   Coordinated by the MAWWFRS Estates Department and in collaboration with Lawray Architects and Design Team and T.A.D. Builders Ltd, the work will involve the extension o ...

Cutting edge kit designed by firefighters for firefighters has been revealed for the very first time in Wales. It is a proud milestone for Welsh crews who collaborated to shape the new advanced design in a ground-breaking two year project which saw the final contract awarded to supplier Ballyclare.  Brand new recruits from South Wales Fire and Rescue Service proudly displayed ...

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service wish to thank six-year-old Mia, of Milford Haven, for her calm and quick thinking in alerting a neighbour to phone 999 to report a fire in a property. On a Sunday afternoon, 28th March 2021, Mia was passing the rear of a flat when she noticed smoke coming from the property. Having been taught the importance of reporting a fire, Mia im ...

A fire investigation has concluded at the Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells, which was undertaken following a fire at the premises on Tuesday evening, April 13th, 2021. The investigation determined that the cause of the fire was accidental. The significant fire was brough under control and extinguished by Firefighters from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, however, ...

On Tuesday, 13/04/2021 at 06:25pm, crews from Llandrindod Wells, Builth Wells, Rhayader, Llanwrtyd Wells, Talgarth and Knighton attended a fire at a hotel in Llandrindod Wells.

In the last few weeks, a new group of vaccine heroes has joined Powys Teaching Health Board’s team and while they are new to vaccination, they are not new to being heroes. If you have been to either Builth or Newtown Mass Vaccination Centre recently you may have seen a new uniform on show – firefighters. Powys Teaching Health Board have teamed up with Mid and West Wales Fire ...

Our stations are designated 'Safe Havens', where any member of the public – including children and young people – can go if they feel unsafe in any situation. If crews are out and you need immediate help, ring 999. ...