North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is urging people to look out
for elderly relatives and neighbours on Older People's Day 2014
which takes place today (Wednesday 1st October).
Statistics show that the risk of dying in a fire for those aged
65 and over is more than twice as high as the average risk for all
ages. And with an ageing population - 23% of the UK will be aged 65
Following on from the successful controlled burning campaign
which has been running for the last four years, North Wales Fire
and Rescue Service is visiting
livestock markets across the region to ensure landowners take on
basic safety procedures and notify them when conducting their
The Heather and Grass Burning Code states that burning is
allowed only between the...
Local youngsters took part in North Wales Fireand Rescue
Service's innovative Phoenix courses based at Amlwch and Chirk this
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
Courses were h...
A TURF-cutting ceremony to herald the construction of the new
Ambulance and Fire Services Resource Centre (AFSRC) was held in
Wrexham today (Friday 19 September, 2014).
The Welsh Ambulance Service and North Wales Fire and Rescue
Service are jointly investing more than £15 million in the purpose
built facility, which will include an eight-bay fire station, a
six-bay ambulance station, communal k...