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Performance Summary 2012-13

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Call us before you burn!

We are urging all landowners undertaking controlled burning to notify us by calling our control room on 01931 522006


Students- win a Kindle!

Visit our Facebook page and click on the Student Quiz to be in with the chance of winning a Kindle!


Visit the Rhyl community fire station page

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.


Welcome from the Chief Fire Officer

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Welcome to our website.

 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.

Put it out, Right Out!

 This month smokers acrossNorth Waleswill be stubbing out their cigarettes for goodin support of National No Smoking Day on March 12th.

 I for one welcome the rise in the number of people giving up cigarettes as smokers are at far greater risk of having a fire in their home. Very often, house fires caused by smoking materials also involve other contributory factors, such as drinking alcohol - but cigarettes are a fire risk in themselves, and when combined with carelessness or drowsiness, they can be a tragedy just waiting to happen.

 As well as costing lives, there is also the financial cost of the damage caused by fires - the average damage caused by a house fire is valued at £25,500.

 However, if you do not yet feel ready to give up cigarettes, smokers can follow some simple precautions to help prevent a fire in the home. These include taking extra care when you're tired, taking any sort of drugs or have been drinking alcohol, and never smoking in bed - if you need to lie down, don't light up. You could doze off and set your bed on fire.

 Remember never leave lit cigarettes, cigars or pipes unattended and always buy child-resistant lighters and matchboxes. Keep these where children can't reach them. Also, use a proper, heavy ashtray that can't tip over easily and is made of a material that won't burn. Make sure your cigarette is not still burning when you are finished - put it out, right out.

 Finally, tap your ash into an ashtray, never a wastebasket containing other rubbish - and don't let the ash or cigarette ends build up in the ashtray.


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