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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

30th May, 2020 - 00:47am: Ashley Road, Poole - Crews from Westbourne, Poole and Redhill Park are...Read more

29th May, 2020 - 9:46pm: Chippenham - Two crews from Corsham and Chippenham attended a derelict...Read more

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Pix Corin Messer - 20/04/09 - heathafter2 
The aftermath of Sundays (19/04/09) heath fire at Talbot Heath. 
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Firewise is hosted by the Urban Heaths Partnership (UHP), which was formed in 2001 to deliver heathland mitigation on behalf of its ten partners as listed below:

The partnership employs a small core team of staff, which co-ordinates heathland mitigation, delivers education and monitoring programmes, along with the ‘Dorset Dogs’ project, which works to promote positive management for dogs and responsible ownership and behaviour.

On-site presence in the form of wardens is provided by partner organisations.

The work of the UHP is funded through developer contributions from any development within 5km of the Dorset heathland sites.

For more information about Firewise please contact the Urban Heaths Partnership office on 01202 642787, email [email protected] or write to Urban Wildlife Centre, Beacon Hill Lane, Corfe Mullen, Dorset, BH21 3RX

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