Fire officers are warning about the dangers of leaving cooking
unattended following a number of kitchen fires over the last three
Crews have attended kitchen fires in Connah's Quay, Pwllheli,
Llangefni, Rhyl and two in Wrexham since Saturday.
Justin Evans, Response Manager, said: "Cooking is a major cause
of accidental fires in the home in North Wales, and time and time
Firefighters warn the public of the dangers of electrical
appliances, following an incident at Denbigh.
Crews from Denbigh were mobilised to the incident on Lon Fammau
in Denbigh at 05.09 hours in the early hours of Thursday morning
(22nd January). Crews used two hose reel jets, two breathing
apparatus, and a thermal imaging camera in tackling the
The fire is believed ...
Local youngsters took part in North Wales Fireand Rescue
Service's innovative Phoenix course last week.
The Phoenix project is a course designed to assist in
redirecting the energy of young people towards productive and
worthwhile activities that will assist in the integration of the
individuals with their peers and their communities.
The course was held for pupils from Ysgol Uwchradd ...
Youngsters were given the opportunity to win iPod Shuffles
during last year's Halloween and Bonfire Night period, when they
took part in the BANG campaign events and activities.
The BANG (Be A Nice Guy) initiative is supported by the North
Wales Fire and Rescue Service and North Wales Police in partnership
with the Police and Community Trust, to remind youngsters across
North Wales how th...