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6th June, 2020 - 12:14: Springbourne attended a hedge fire in Leigham Vale Road. The fire was ...Read more

6th June, 2020 - 09:08: Crews from Weymouth attended a gorse bush on fire in Lodmoor Nature Re...Read more

5th June, 2020 - 5.58pm: A4 - Crews from the Marlborough fire station were mobilised to a repor...Read more

5th June, 2020 - 6.05pm: A419 - Crews from the Stratton and Cricklade fire station were mobilis...Read more

5th June, 2020 - 7.29pm: Lyme Regis - Crews from the Lyme Regis fire station were mobilised to ...Read more

4th June, 2020 - 10:27am: Weymouth - A crew from Weymouth are currently in attendance at a vehic...Read more

31st May, 2020 - 08:16: 08:16 Crew from Westbury, Bath's Animal Rescue Unit and their Papa 4 a...Read more

Bonfires and garden safety

It would be really helpful if people could avoid having bonfires during this coronavirus lockdown period. While we know that the current weather makes getting out in the garden very tempting, lots of the false alarms we attend are caused by bonfires. Equally, bonfires can get out of control very easily. Please help us to help you, by reducing any activity that could lead to us being called out.

Bonfires are very common in the summer, but they can get out of control very easily. If you want to burn off garden waste, here’s some safety advice:

If you have concerns about the environmental impacts of bonfires, such as smoke, you will need to contact your local council:

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