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20th June, 2019 - 22:30: One crew from Weymouth mobilised to reports of a fire in a field near ...Read more

20th June, 2019 - 19:33: One pump from Poole alerted to Internal Flooding on Skinner Street....Read more

20th June, 2019 - 3.58pm: Motcombe - One crew from the Shaftesbury Fire station were mobilised t...Read more

20th June, 2019 - 3.28pm: Bournemouth - One crew from the Springbourne fire station were mobilis...Read more

20th June, 2019 - 3.12pm: Ferndown - Multiple crews were alerted to a report of a fire in a resi...Read more

20th June, 2019 - 9.21am: Dorchester - Two crews from the Dorchester fire station were mobilised...Read more

17th June, 2019 - 12:55: Fire control took a 999 call at 12:55 to reports of a school fire. Fir...Read more

17th June, 2019 - 12:07pm: At 12:07 Fire control took the first of a number of 999 calls to repor...Read more

17th June, 2019 - 11:41am: At 11:41, Fire control mobilised 3 fire engines from Westborne, Spring...Read more

17th June, 2019 - 2:47am: At 14:47 Fire control took a 999 call to reports of a road traffic col...Read more

Thatched properties

The counties of Dorset and Wiltshire have thousands of thatched homes – although there is no increased risk of fire within thatched properties, the impact of a fire is far greater.

Thatch fires are typically attended by in excess of 50 firefighters, at least eight appliances and often for over 24 hours. The National Society of Master Thatchers estimate that the average cost of a thatch fire is in excess of £45,000.

A range of fire prevention tips can be found in our free downloadable advice leaflet, Your Thatched Home.

There is also a useful downloadable leaflet from the Thatch Advice Centre.

Further advice can also be found on the National Society of Master Thatchers website.

 

 

 

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