01 Oct 2018
Firefighters dealt with a fire at Cottingley Towers, Leeds, this morning after a blaze broke out on the 20th floor. The fire was extinguished in the flat of origin and…
21 Sep 2018
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority (WYFRA) has today approved a 12 week period of consultation to gather public opinion about how the service operates, and what is most important…
13 Sep 2018
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, West Yorkshire Police and West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner are delighted that the Protect the Protectors bill has received royal…
30 Aug 2018
Yorkshire’s emergency services have come together in a bold and brave body art installation, celebrating the incredible human body, in aid of Organ Donation Week next week (3 – 9th…
02 Aug 2018
‘Fire doesn’t discriminate and neither do we’ are the words embossed on the lockers of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service’s (WYFRS) newly customised fire engine, unveiled today (02/08) at…
01 Aug 2018
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service are urging parents to keep matches and lighters out of the reach of children after a young child accidentally started a fire in the…
27 Jul 2018
At the Full Authority Meeting of June 29 Councillor Judith Hughes was re-appointed as the Chair of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority (WYFRA) for the 2018-19 year. The Almondbury…
23 Jul 2018
WYFRS has been working with our partners in the health and care sectors to raise awareness amongst patients, carers and health professionals about the dangers associated with the regular use…
19 Jul 2018
Following a landmark court case West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) is calling on landlords and letting agencies to open their eyes to the risk of not having working…
18 Jul 2018
The letting agent responsible for a property in Huddersfield which caught fire and killed two young boys has been jailed for 12 months for failing to fit smoke alarms to…
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Fairweather Green Fire Station was built in 1963 and is situated at Thornton Road, Fairweather Green. The station commander is responsible for both Fairweather Green and Odsal fire stations. There is one front line fire appliance which is staffed 24 hours a day by 24 fire fighters and additional support staff making a total of 26 members.
The station covers the whole or some parts of the following wards: Clayton and Fairweather Green, Thornton and Allerton, Toller, Heaton, Great Horton, City and Manningham.
Station personnel are developing various partnerships which help identify where safe and well visits are needed and fire safety advice is required. Crews are also engaged with local schools to provide a safety education package to year five as well as working with local businesses and groups to encourage better fire safety.
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