Spennymoor Community Fire Station

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Spennymoor Fire Station
Address

Enterprise Way
Green Lane Industrial Estate
Spennymoor
DL16 6YP
United Kingdom

Telephone
01388 811742
    Crewing Arrangements
    Wholetime and On-Call Firefighters
    Management Team

    Group Manager: 

    Phil Innis pinnis@ddfire.gov.uk

    Divisional Managers: 

    Ian Moore imoore@ddfire.gov.uk 
     

    RDS Support Officer:

    Allan Hobson ahobson@ddfire.gov.uk

     

    Fire Safety Officer

    Tel. 0345 223 4221 

    Community Safety Support

    Please contact our Community Safety Team on 0345 2234221

    Station Boundary Map

    1948
    Appraisal of the facilities at the fire station at Silver Street, Spennymoor in the official report on the formation of Brigade was:

    A brick-built control room and a four-bay garage of which two bays were allocated for use by the county ambulance service. These premises were in reasonably sound condition with no urgent need for adaptations.

    1958
    A new station with a single bay garage was built at Queen Street

    1970
    A new station with a two bay garage was built at Bessemer Park. The station was at Queen Street was demolished as part of the town centre re-development and not as a result of poor facilities.

    1973
    An additional appliance bay was added to the station.

    2010
    New Community Fire Station

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