DYFED COUNTY FIRE BRIGADE BADGE
Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire Joint Fire Brigade amalgamated in 1974 with Pembrokeshire Fire Brigade to form the new Dyfed Fire Brigade.
The inner shield is divided into three parts.
Left: A golden Lion rampant looking backwards over its shoulder on a Black background. (possibly taken from St. David's flag - A golden vertical cross on black).
Taken from: Cardiganshire County Council adapted from the heraldic coat of arms of Gwaethfoed, Prince of Ceredigion.
Right: A golden Lion rampant on a Red background inside a golden border.
Taken from: Carmarthenshire County Council adapted from the heraldic coat of arms of Rhys ap Tewdwr, Prince of Deheubarth.
Bottom: A golden Lion rampant on a Blue background between golden Roses.
Taken from: Pembrokeshire County Council adapted from the heraldic coat of arms of Gwynfardd, Prince of Dyfed
Dyfed County has reverted to their prior counties. Ceredigion, Pembroke and Carmarthen. (again)
The points of the St. John's Cross represent the worthiness of the Knights