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21st October, 2020 - 11:40pm: Fire residential, Bournemouth - two crews from Christchurch and Spring...Read more

21st October, 2020 - 09:50: Ferndown and Redhill Park were sent to a property in Ferndown followin...Read more

21st October, 2020 - 10:28: Swindon were mobilised to reports of a car fire at Morrisons in Dorcan...Read more

21st October, 2020 - 09:57: 1 fire crew from Westbourne was sent to gain entry to a property for t...Read more

21st October, 2020 - 08:49: 1 fire engine from Sherborne was mobilised to investigate alarms activ...Read more

21st October, 2020 - 08:14: Swindon crew attended alarms activating at a residential premises on O...Read more

20th October, 2020 - 16.45: Fire crews from Verwood and Ringwood attended a small kitchen fire in ...Read more

20th October, 2020 - 16.21: A fire crew from Swindon are currently in attendance at a tree fire in...Read more

20th October, 2020 - 14.09: A fire crew from Weymouth released a baby which was accidentally locke...Read more

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Candles

Candles are one of the most common causes of house fires. Here’s some advice on how to use candles safely.

Tea lights

Although tea lights have a foil outer container, this is not safe as the foil can get extremely hot. When this happens, it can melt the surface it is on, such as the side of a bath or the top of a television. If you use tea lights, make sure they are placed in a proper holder.

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