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25th June, 2019 - 8:16 pm : Crews from Salisbury attended a small fire in a caravan involving a ga...Read more

25th June, 2019 - 7:09 pm : A crew from Poole attended a small fire involving tree cuttings, the f...Read more

25th June, 2019 - 6:27 pm : Crews from Christchurch and Springbourne attended a fire in a laundry ...Read more

25th June, 2019 - 6:02 pm : Crews from Dorchester were sent to alarms sounding at a block of flats...Read more

24th June, 2019 - 09:52pm: Crews from Salisbury and Wilton were mobilised to multiple reports of ...Read more

24th June, 2019 - 07:49pm: A crew from Sherborne attended a report of a car on fire in Ridgeway. ...Read more

24th June, 2019 - 07:39pm: A crew from Salisbury extinguished a small fire in St Martin's Church ...Read more

24th June, 2019 - 07:33pm: At 07:33pm Fire Control received a phone call from one of our officers...Read more

24th June, 2019 - 07:24pm: A crew from Springbourne was mobilised to a report of alarms sounding ...Read more

24th June, 2019 - 07:16pm: A crew from Marlborough attended a report of alarms sounding at a prop...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/barometer/advice

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