Mick Crennell was appointed as Deputy Chief Fire Officer of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service on 1 May 2015.
Mick joined the Fire Service as a firefighter in 1992 and in his 23 years with Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service served at various level and locations and in all disciplines across the Service area. He was also previously a retained firefighter at Wickham Fire Station.
Academically, Mick has successfully achieved a Certificate in Management Studies, a Diploma in Management Studies and a Masters in Business Administration from Portsmouth University. He has also completed the Fire Service Executive Leadership Programme with Warwick University Business School. Mick is also a Graduate of the Institution of Fire Engineers.
A family man, married for 28 years to his wife Lindsay, with two grown up sons, Mick is currently living in Mumbles, Swansea.
Mick also likes to keep himself fit and active and his hobbies and interests include golf, walking and cycling. In October 2015, Mick undertook a trek to the Himalayas where he challenged himself by trekking to Everest Base Camp for the Firefighters Charity.
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Ballance Street, Bath
Firefighters in breathing apparatus tackled a fire which involved a ground floor flat in Bath.
Fire crews from stations at Bath, Temple, Kingswood and Radstock were called to reports of a fire at the five storey building.
Once on scene, crews found a fire in a ground floor flat which was also affecting the front door of a second flat. Six firefighters in breathing apparatus fought the fire using jets and high pressure hose reels.
The fire caused extensive fire and heat damage to one flat as well as damage to the front door of a second flat. No one was injured, but a number of people were treated at the scene for the effects of minor smoke inhalation.
The cause of the fire is being investigated.
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