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20th May, 2019 - 15:52: At 15:52 Dorset and Wiltshire Control received a call for a chip pan f...Read more

20th May, 2019 - 13:51: At 1351 today Dorset & Wiltshire Fire Control received a call to a...Read more

20th May, 2019 - 08:07: Just after 8 o'clock this morning Dorset & Wiltshire Fire Control ...Read more

20th May, 2019 - 00.02am: One fire crew from Corsham have attended reports of a hedgerow on fire...Read more

19th May, 2019 - 06.48pm: Fire crews from Calne and Chippenham have attended a fire involving an...Read more

19th May, 2019 - 06.24pm: Fire crews from Red Hill Park and Ferndown have attended a fire involv...Read more

19th May, 2019 - 2.10pm: Poole - One crew from the Poole fire station were mobilised to a repor...Read more

19th May, 2019 - 12:01pm: Swindon - Crews from the Stratton, Westlea and Swindon Fire stations w...Read more

19th May, 2019 - 01:03am: At 01:03 Fire control took a 999 call to reports of a fire in the open...Read more

19th May, 2019 - 12:21am: At 00:21 Fire control took a 999 call to reports of alarms activating ...Read more

Camping and caravanning

Whether you’re out and about in a camper van, towing your caravan or sleeping under canvas for your holidays, venturing into the great outdoors can carry risks.

When you’re on a campsite, make sure there’s at least six metres (20ft) between caravans and/or tents and that you’re away from parked cars – this will reduce the risk of any fire spreading. If mobile phone signal is poor, make sure you know where the nearest payphone is.

Never use barbecues inside or near the entrance to your tent or caravan, either for cooking or as a heat source – the carbon monoxide they produce is lethal.

Camping

A fire can destroy a tent in just a minute, so make sure you:

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