On Monday, April 15th, the Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Narberth, Fishguard, Carmarthen, Tenby and Haverfordwest crews from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called to an incident at a commercial premises in the Waterston Industrial Estate, Milford Haven.

Watch Manager Tom Boyle, from New Quay Fire Station, was recently recognised for 20 years of dedicated service.

On Wednesday, April 3rd, the crew at Aberystwyth Fire Station welcomed Erin’s Angels’ founding trustees to present them with a donation of £400.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) will implement a new approach to its response to Automatic Fire Alarm (AFA) calls, effective from July 1st, 2024.

On Tuesday, April 2nd, the crew at Llanwrtyd Wells Fire Station came together to mark the retirement of Watch Manager Steve Amor after 35 years of dedicated service.

The Wales Urban Search and Rescue Team recently attended a training exercise at the Waddington Training Centre, Lincolnshire.

Three Firefighters from Lampeter Fire Station were recently each presented with a certificate for 20 years of dedication and service to their local community.

Join the crew at Aberystwyth Fire Station for a Firefighter Experience Day on Saturday, April 20th.  If you've ever considered becoming a Firefighter, attending one of our Experience Days is a great way of helping you make an informed decision before applying.

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At 11.09am on Monday, March 25th, the Abercrave, Seven Sisters, Pontardawe, Brecon and Lampeter crews were called to an incident in Penycae, Swansea.