Six crew members from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, who also form part of the United Kingdom International Search and Rescue Team, have recently been deployed to attend various courses in recent weeks.

The crew at Aberystwyth Fire Station recently held a multi-agency road traffic collision training exercise.

The smoke house training facility at Morriston Fire Station has recently undergone some improvements and alterations – thanks to ASW Property Services and Tetra Tech.

Crew members from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, who also form part of the United Kingdom International Search and Rescue Team, have recently attended training sessions in Sweden.

The work to install new public access defibrillators at 23 of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service’s Fire Stations has now been completed – which now means that all of our fire stations are located within 500 metres of a defibrillator.

A warm welcome to our twelve new Wholetime Firefighter recruits, who have all previously served as On-Call Firefighters with Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

Show and Tell Recruitment Day at Llandeilo Fire Station, Saturday 10th February 2024.

Firefighter Craig Neil, from Newtown Fire Station, has completed his remarkable 496 Challenge – by running a total of 496km during January.

On Sunday, January 28th, some of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service's crews attended a water training day in Builth Wells.

Welcome to the first 2024 edition of our monthly Service Magazine, Calon Tân!