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24th June, 2017 - 04:07pm: A crew from Devizes attended an alarms call in New Park Street which t...Read more

24th June, 2017 - 02:24pm: Crews from Westbourne, Springbourne, Poole, Redhill and Christchurch e...Read more

24th June, 2017 - 01:36pm: Two crews from Bridport assisted Police and Ambulance at a road traffi...Read more

24th June, 2017 - 12:08pm: Crews from Marlborough, Stratton and Pewsey attended a report of straw...Read more

24th June, 2017 - 11:26am: A crew from Sturminster Newton attended a road traffic collision in Ha...Read more

24th June, 2017 - 08:46am: Crews from Blandford and Sturminster Newton, along with a technical re...Read more

23rd June, 2017 - 6.57am: Ferndown - crews from Ferndown used a high pressure hose reel to extin...Read more

23rd June, 2017 - 5.47am: Durrington - Crews from Amesbury and Salisbury were mobilised to Churc...Read more

22nd June, 2017 - 8.24pm: Devizes - One hose reel and drags used by Devizes crew to extinguish a...Read more

22nd June, 2017 - 7.49pm: Devizes - One crew mobilised to a domestic property that had a fire in...Read more

Chimney safety

A clean chimney can help prevent fires and structural damage to your property. Regular cleaning of your chimney or flue will eliminate the build-up of soot and clear obstructions such as bird or animal nests, leaves and debris.

It is not enough to use a vacuum cleaner and you should make sure that your chimney or flue is inspected regularly.

Chimneys should be swept:

The following safety advice should always be followed when lighting an open fire or woodburning stove:

When the fire is alight, check the loft space occasionally to make sure there is no smoke leaking from cracks, defective brickwork or mortar joints.

See also:

Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps – www.guildofmasterchimneysweeps.co.uk

National Association of Chimney Sweeps – www.nacs.org.uk

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