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Domestic electrical white goods, such as dishwashers, tumble dryers, and fridge freezers are still one of the leading causes of electrical fires in England.
A ‘have a go’ evening is being held at Marlborough fire station next week to encourage local people to become on-call firefighters.
Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service has launched an awareness campaign across its area, targeting poor or inconsiderate parking.
There will be a recruitment stand outside Salisbury Guildhall between 9am and 2pm on Tuesday 14 November for anyone from the local area to find out more about becoming an on-call firefighter.
A new wholetime recruitment to Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service will open at 12 noon on Monday 6 November, with applications closing at 12 noon on Sunday 12 November.
A ‘have a go’ event is being held at Trowbridge fire station this Sunday (29 October) to encourage women and other under-represented parts of the community to consider applying to be a firefighter.
Every year on 31 October, children and adults are injured in accidents where candles or fireworks have set fire to costumes and hair. Plastic capes and bin liners, often used as costumes, are also fire risks.
To help make sure your student experience is a fire-safe one, DWFRS has put together these top fire safety tips.
There are thousands of beautiful and unique thatched properties across both Dorset and Wiltshire, all of which carry an increased risk of fire.
Crews from Chippenham, Corsham and Calne, supported by the heavy rescue unit from Trowbridge, are still at scene; other appliances that attended initially have been stood down.