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9th July, 2020 - 14:31: Crew from Swindon attended a property to release a child's foot from a...Read more

8th July, 2020 - 14.56: Two fire crews from Chippenham were mobilised to the M4 motorway follo...Read more

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Firewise Communities

However remote the risk seems it pays to be prepared.

Every year, wildfires burn in the UK and more people live where wildfires are a risk. By working together, residents can make their own property and that of their neighbourhoods safer from the risk of wildfires.

Firewise Communities is an international programme based on research by the world’s leading fire experts on ignition of homes from wildfire. The programme encourages communites to work together to reduce the risk to homes from wildfire by taking practical steps in the area around the home and garden.

Some of the benefits of being a Firewise Community are:

If you think your community would benefit from being part of this international programme, or to find out more information, please contact the Urban Heaths Partnership on: 01202 642787.

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