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How we can defeat the Fire Attack.
When the Enemy Plane throw Fire.
Ammanford Appliances.
When the Crowd Panic.
Trapped by Fire.
If the House Catches Fire.

Retirement of Captain David Davies.
Is Poison Gas a Weapon.
Former Auxiliary fire hero George medal

6th June 1940





Ammanford Urban Council, on Wednesday approved of a recommendation to procure

A large size trailer-pump at a cost of £416 15s.,
  • The purchasing of 30 sets of overalls at 11s. 6d. each (10 for a peace time Fire Brigade and 20 for the members of the Auxiliary Fire Service),
  • The spending of £35 for the conversion of a loft for lectures, (Pick & Shovel site)
  • And £99 10s. to provide the accessory equipment.

It was explained that the expenditure was necessary for the protection of life and property, and was compulsory under the provisions of the Fire Brigade Act.


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