|Region||Mid & West Wales|
|Chief Fire Officer||Chris Davies|
|Facilities and equipment|
The Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (Welsh : Gwasanaeth Tân ac Achub Canolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru) is the fire and rescue service covering the Welsh principal areas of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Neath Port Talbot, Pembrokeshire, Powys and Swansea.
The service was created in 1996 by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994 which reformed Welsh local government. It was created by a merger of the earlier Dyfed, Powys and West Glamorgan fire brigades.
The service is the largest by area in England and Wales, 4,500 square miles (11,700 km2) and the third largest in the United Kingdom behind the Scottish and Northern Ireland fire services. It has 57 fire stations, and around 1,400 staff.covering a predominantly rural area of
The fire authority which administers the service is a joint-board, made up of councillors appointed from Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Neath Port Talbot, Pembrokeshire, Powys and Swansea councils.
|Station Callsign||Station Name||Command||Duty System||Appliances|
|M01||Newtown||North Powys||RDS||WrL, RRP, EPU*, 2x GPV|
|M02||Machynlleth||North Powys||RDS||WrL, RRP, CRC|
|M03||Montgomery||North Powys||RDS||WrL, CRV|
|M04||Welshpool||North Powys||RDS||WrL, RRP, WIU & IRBt|
|M05||Llanfair Caereinion||North Powys||RDS||WrL|
|M06||Llanfyllin||North Powys||RDS||WrL, L4P|
|M07||Llanidloes||North Powys||RDS||WrL, GPV|
|M09||Rhayader||South Powys||RDS||WrL, L4P|
|M10||Brecon||South Powys||RDS||WrL, RRP|
|M11||Abercave||South Powys||RDS||WrL, L4P|
|M12||Crickhowell||South Powys||RDS||WrL, L4P|
|M13||Llandrindod Wells||South Powys||RDS||WrL, RRP, WrC|
|M14||Builth Wells||South Powys||RDS||WrL, CRV|
|M15||Llanwrtyd Wells||South Powys||RDS||WrL, L4P|
|M16||Hay-On-Wye||South Powys||RDS||WrL, WIU & IRBt*, CRV|
|M21||Aberystwyth||Ceredigion||DC/RDS/CC*||WrL, RRP, ALP, WIU & IRBt*, 4x GPV|
|M25||Lampeter||Ceredigion||RDS||WrL, RRP, CRV|
|M31||Haverfordwest||Pembrokeshire||DC/RDS/CC*||ARP, WrL, RRP, WrC|
|M32||Milford Haven||Pembrokeshire||DC/RDS/CC*||WrL, RRP, WIU & IRBt*, GPV, PM*, pods: BASU, BFU, SEU, WelU|
|M36||Pembroke Dock||Pembrokeshire||DC/RDS/CC*||WrL, RRP, CEPU*, IRU*, 2x GPV, PM*, pods: BASU, WrC|
|M39||Caldey Island||Pembrokeshire||VOL||WrL, RRP, L4P/CRV|
|M45||Swansea Central||Swansea||WT/CC*||WrL, WIU & IRBt*|
|M46||Swansea West||Swansea||WT||ARP, RRP|
|M51||Neath||Neath Port Talbot||WT||WrL|
|M52||Glynneath||Neath Port Talbot||RDS||WrL|
|M53||Cymmer||Neath Port Talbot||RDS||WrL|
|M54||Port Talbot||Neath Port Talbot||WT/RDS/CC*||WrL, GPV, PM, pod: MDU*|
|M55||Seven Sisters||Neath Port Talbot||RDS||WrL|
|M56||Pontardawe||Neath Port Talbot||WT||WrL, LiRU|
|M57||Amman Valley (Gwaen Cae Gurwen)||Neath Port Talbot||RDS||WrL|
|M61||Llanelli||Carmarthenshire||WT/RDS/CC*||WrL, EPU, CRC, CEPU|
|M62||Carmarthen||Carmarthenshire||DC/RDS/CC*||WrL, RRP, WIU & IRBt*, ICCU*, 2x GPV|
|M65||Ammanford||Carmarthenshire||DC/RDS/CC*||WrL, RRP, GPV, 2x PM, pods: HVP* & HVHL*, BASU|
|M66||Tumble||Carmarthenshire||RDS||1x WrL, WrC|
|M67||Newcastle Emlyn||Carmarthenshire||RDS||WrL, CRV|
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