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26th May, 2017 - 12.25pm: Swindon- A crew from Swindon attended a small grass fire on St Paul's ...Read more

26th May, 2017 - 11.37am: Purton- A crew from Cricklade attended a property on Station road in P...Read more

26th May, 2017 - 14.31pm: Bournemouth- Crews from Springbourne, Westbourne and Christchurch were...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 11.21pm: Westbourne crew extinguished a large industrial bin fire on pier appro...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 10.05pm: Springbourne crew extinguished one private motor vehicle destroyed by ...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 9.18pm: A crew from Weymouth extinguished a bin fire in Greenhill Gardens usin...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 8.07pm: A crew from Calne attended a Late Fire Call from occupants of a domest...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 7.56pm: Two crews from Salisbury attended a road traffic collision involving t...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 7.13pm: Crew from Stratton attended a small fire out on arrival in Sevenfields...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 2.15pm: Swindon - Swindon and Westlea were mobilised to a three vehicle road t...Read more

Winter safety

Keeping warm in the winter means using portable heaters, electric blankets or wheatbags – but all of these carry a fire risk.

Portable heaters

Open fires

Gas fires

Electric blankets

Get your blanket tested by a qualified electrician at least every three years and replace blankets every ten years.

The Fire Kills campaign has produced a leaflet on Fire Safety in the Winter.

There is a wealth of good advice at www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/get-ready-for-winter

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