The Annual Performance Assessment (APA) details the progress the Service has made in meeting its statutory duties over the past year. In 2021/2022 we agreed to progress four key areas of work, which were Our People, Our Communities, Our Environment and Our Learning.  It also identifies how we have contributed to the Wellbeing goals, set out within the Well-being of Future Gen ...

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. 

On Thursday 20th October Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service held their Annual Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Ceremony for their Southern Division.

On Thursday 27 October 2022, 10:00-13:30, the Wales Safer Communities Network will host their Launch Celebration at Senedd Cymru to celebrate what’s happening in Community Safety across Wales.

11 members of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service staff, along with volunteers recently undertook a 4-day Tour of Wales cycling event in preparation for their LEJOG challenge in 2023.

Our Chief Fire Officer, Roger Thomas along with members from the Executive Leadership Team took a day to volunteer at The VC Gallery.

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.

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!

 

This evening (8 September 2022), Buckingham Palace announced the very sad news that Her Majesty the Queen has passed away peacefully at Balmoral Castle.