Chris Davies, Chief Fire Officer of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has announced his intentions to retire from his role in April 2022, bringing to a close his distinguished 37 year.

In July of this year, 2021, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service went live with its brand-new Mobile Data Terminals (MDT) that are fitted on all of its main appliances.   The successful all Wales procurement process (with North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and South Wales Fire and Rescue Service), the implementation phase and the ‘go live’ of the new MDTs have required ...

Monday 13th September marked the beginning of a new chapter for our latest recruits! 

Liz Callighan who is Command Co-Ordinator for our Northern Division completed her Sky Dive Challenge in memory of our former colleague Robbie Jones, who lost his battle with Cancer last year.

Eleanor Webb, Service Youth Officer within our Community Safety Team has been busy!   

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is seeking applicants for Wholetime Firefighters, with a recruitment process launching at 9am on Thursday, September 9.

The Swansea Public Services Board is asking people to take 10 minutes to fill out a survey that will help shape its priorities and the vital services its partners deliver.

Pembrokeshire residents are being urged to help shape the next Well-Being Plan for the county. 

One of our newest firefighters, Sioned Evans, has provided us with an insight into the role. If you are thinking about applying, we recommend that you read her story….

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) recently received a Certificate of Appreciation from The Fire Fighters Charity for its efforts in raising £95,080.33 for the charity in 2020/2021.