Minister for Local Government and Government Business, Lesley
Griffiths AM visited North Wales yesterday (Thursday) to learn more
about some of the work carried out by North Wales Fire and Rescue
The first stop during her visit was the Joint Communications
Centre in St Asaph.
The Joint Communications Centre is a collaborative facility
where North Wales Fire and Rescue Service sha...
Local youngsters took part in North Wales Fire and 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 h...
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is today launching a
recruitment campaign for Retained Duty System (RDS) firefighters to
help protect communities across the region.
We are looking to recruit RDS firefighters at a number of areas
and are keen to hear from enthusiastic individuals interested in
working as part time firefighters at their local station.
Ruth Simmons, Assistant Chief Fi...
The final scheduled period of industrial action at the end of
eight days of intermittent strikes by firefighters in England and
Wales came to an end at 7pm today (Monday 21st July).
It was the latest action planned by the Fire Brigades Union
(FBU) as a protest against Government plans for pensions.
Chief Fire Officer Simon Smith reported that the arrangements
put into place by No...