This week sees the launch of the National Fire Chiefs Council’s Be Water Aware Campaign. 

As a gesture of support to Ukrainian firefighters, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has donated 4 appliances to the fire services in Ukraine. On Tuesday, 19th April 2022, a fire appliance and an incident response unit left mid and west Wales to join up with a UK wide, fire and rescue, convoy that will soon be travelling across Europe to deliver a fleet of appliances ...

A POPULAR musician is still keeping the beat after his cardiac arrest thanks to a fire and rescue crew in rural Powys. The team of retained firefighters from Llanfyllin, who also act as Level 1 out of hospital cardiac arrest call responders for the Welsh Ambulance Service (WAST), were first on scene to a cardiac arrest that occurred in their village. Using their training and ...

Spring has definitely sprung but with the sun shining and dry weather, Fire and Rescue Services in Wales have a growing concern on the safety of its road users and in particular motorcyclists

The Plans set out the Authority’s vision, mission, values and commitments for the coming business year, highlighting what we will do to improve the services we provide to our  communities whilst continuing to develop our business.

Following 37 years of dedicated service, our Chief Fire Officer, Chris Davies QFSM, is retiring. In his final weeks before handing the reins over to our new CFO, Roger Thomas, Chris sat down with the Corporate Communications and Business Development Department to reminisce over a glittering career that has been served with great pride.  “I joined the Fire and Rescue Service i ...

Mid & West Wales Fire and Rescue Service would like to wish the Muslim communities of Mid & West Wales ‘Ramadan Mubarak’ and offer them support and advice as they observe the holy period of Ramadan.