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Latest Incidents

20th August, 2018 - 1.05pm: High Post - Two crews from the Salisbury fire station were mobilised t...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 21:08: Crew from Bridport extinguished approximately 20 sq metres of straw al...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 18:22: Crew from Corsham release a five year old child stuck between banister...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1635: 1635 Salisbury rescue a 60yr old female from a porch roof using a shor...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1447: 1447 Christchurch attend Hamilton Close to extinguish a small fire...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1445: 1445 Devizes attend the A360 nr Tilshead to extinguish a grass fire...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1329: 1322 Portland extinguish a small refuse fire using 1 hose reel...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1322: 1322 Stratton rescued an injured swan using dry Suits...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1230: Christchurch rescue a seagull trapped in fishing line on a roof using ...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 01:02: At 01:01 we received the first of 12 calls initially reporting tyres o...Read more

School visits

The importance of fire safety is a message that can’t be delivered too soon, which is why we have a team of education advisors who work with young people across Bournemouth, Dorset, Poole, Swindon and Wiltshire.

At primary school level, we can visit classes with structured lesson plans that focus on issues such as the work of the Fire & Rescue Service, the dangers of playing with matches, the importance of smoke alarms, having a fire plan, and dialling 999 in an emergency. Older children are also taught why you should never make hoax calls.

We can also arrange visits to our fire stations or one of our safety centres.

To make a booking for your school or pre-school, please email [email protected] or click here for our on-line form.

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