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Fire Bombs and how to deal with
Pontardawe AFS men killed
Use of Poison Gas
More FireWomen wanted
Bonfire Sequel
Superintendent Appointed
 
Fire Spotting Scheme
Safety first for Fire Fighters
New ARP Centre
Llandebie Saw Mills
Superintendent Wanted

Fire Watchers Grouse
 

Fire Watchers
Ammanford man gets George Medal
Fighting Crop Fires

Payment for Fire members

Super Applications Received

 

8th May 1941

 

NEW CENTRE FOR

A.R.P. WORKERS.

 

The fire-watchers of Lower Quay Street, Ammanford ; have been provided with an excellent Centre for their duties.

A room in the premises which was formerly occupied by the late Mr. John John, bookseller, has been placed at their disposal. Thanks to the lively interest shown by members, the room has been redecorated, furnished and supplied with the necessary articles for the success and comfort of the watchers on duty.

Volunteers are required, and a hearty invitation is extended to friends of Lower Quay Street who feel that they would like to add their names to the list of fire-watchers.