Welcome from the Chief Fire Officer
The time of year is once again upon us when the weather gets warmer, and everyone starts to relax and unwind for the summer.
As the temperatures start to rise, people start to enjoy the warmer weather by spending more time outdoors going swimming, camping and caravanning – and these activities can be associated with greater risks.
Fresh water swimming has grown in popularity over recent years, with people searching high and low to find the perfect, secluded swimming spot whether it be a lake, reservoir or river.
One person drowns every 20 hours in the UK and hundreds more suffer life changing injuries through near drowning.
Drowning Prevention Week, which takes place this month (18th – 26th June) aims to teach people how to stay safe near water.Read more
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