North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is appealing to young people
to avoid serious injury or even death from playing with fireworks
and lighting bonfires during half-tern holidays.
With a week to go before bonfire night the fire and rescue
service is urging the public of North Wales to be vigilant with
fireworks and to attend an organised display.
Terry Williams, Head of Community Fire Safety, s...
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is launching the 'We don't
to come dine with you - Think Safe, Cook Safe!' campaign on
Friday to help drive down the number of cooking related fires in
the area and
educate local residents about the importance of cooking safely.
Cooking is a major cause of accidental fires in the home in
Wales - this c...
North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority is encouraging people to
get involved in helping to plan the fire and rescue services that
are provided in North Wales.
The Authority is committed to making North Wales a safer place
to live, work and visit but the financial pressures on public
services mean that difficult decisions are having to be made about
how to continue to meet ...
With celebrations for Halloween and Bonfire Night fast
approaching, North Wales Police and partners are once again joining
forces to ask people to 'Be a Nice Guy' with the annual BANG
North Wales Police has a responsibility to keep its communities
safe and by working with other key partners such as the North Wales
Fire and Rescue Service, Community Safety Partnerships and local