Keeping you safe this summer!

Summer is finally here and at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service we are ready with some essential safety advice to ensure that you enjoy a safe Summer. The warmer weather provides us with the perfect opportunity to venture out and enjoy the local countryside or beaches. Whether you’ve planned a staycation with your family or friends, or simply making the most of the sunshine in your garden, we have all the tips you’ll need to make it safe!

Corporate Head of Community Risk Management – Peter Greenslade said:

“Mid & West Wales Service area has some fantastic locations to spend your summer with our vast coastline and National Parks. We want you to enjoy the outdoors and explore what mid and west Wales has to offer so keeping you and your family safe is key to ensure that we all have a great summer”

Visit our website for some essential safety tips this summer from BBQ safety, water safety and much more. Click the link for more information

Also, follow us on our Social Media channels for more safety messages. Twitter – @mawwfire, Facebook – @mawwfire and Instagram – mawwfire_rescue

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