Trauma Teddies join
Fire and Rescue Service
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service will be using soft toys hand
made by a local knitting enthusiast to comfort children and
vulnerable people at upsetting incidents.
The 'Trauma Teddies' have been used for a number of years, but
stocks had been run...
We Don't Want to Come
Dine with You! campaign comes to Anglesey
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service's campaign to reduce fires
in the kitchen is coming to Anglesey next week.
Staff will be out promoting the first stop of the 'We don't want
to come dine with you - Think Safe, Cook Safe!' campai...
Fire officers are warning residents, especially students, of the
dangers of e-cigarettes following a house fire in Bangor.
Two crews from Bangor and one from Menai Bridge were called to a
fire at a property on Ffriddoedd Road, Bangor at 18.02hrs yesterday
(Wednesday 30th September).
The cause of the incident is thought to have been due to the
overheating of an e-cigarette wh...
Following on from the successful controlled burning campaign
which has been running for the last five years, North Wales Fire
and Rescue Service is visiting livestock markets across the region
to ensure landowners take on board some basic safety procedures and
notify them when conducting their burn.
The Heather and Grass Burning Code states that burning is
allowed only between the 1st