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Your Services, Your Choices

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Farmers- Call before you burn!

If you're planning a controlled burn, please notify us by controlling our control room on 01931522006. Please click below for advice on safe controlled burning.

 
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Flooding

Advice and information on severe weather.

 
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Contact us for a free Home Fire Safety Check

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Bonfires and fireworks displays in North Wales

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Visit the Rhyl community fire station page

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Visit the Rhyl community fire station page

The community fire station is a fully operational fire station, and also offers a range of community facilities including meeting rooms, which can be hired out by local groups or businesses.

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Welcome from the Chief Fire Officer

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Our aim is to protect communities before emergencies occur and to provide a professional, efficient and effective fire and rescue service for all who live, work and travel throughout North Wales.

 Stoptober

This month marks 'Stoptober', which encourages people to give up cigarettes for 28 days - statistics show that those who are able to quit smoking for this period of time are five times more likely to give up.

As well as the health dangers, people need to be aware of the deadly risks of smoking in the home and how smoking materials can very quickly and easily lead to a fire. As a fire and rescue service, we welcome any reduction in the use of traditional smoking materials which, as everyone knows, can carry a significant risk of causing fires - last year the Service attended 94 fires caused by smoking materials.

Also, the increase in the popularity and therefore numbers of e cigarettes in use has sadly seen an increase in the number of incidents involving e cigarettes and their chargers. The numbers of these kinds of fires are still thankfully relatively low - last year, we attended five fires involving e cigarettes, and the previous year we attended two.

 What I'd like to see is a reverse in that increase - and to do this, residents need to realise the potential dangers of e cigarette fires. If you use e cigarettes, please ensure you don't try to save money by buying cheap unbranded chargers and only use the connectors and chargers specifically provided for use with the e cigarette and battery. Make sure that they are compliant with UK and European safety standards and carry the CE mark. Also, never leave the battery to charge overnight or in an unattended vehicle.

 

 
 

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