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Ashfield Fire Station


Sutton Road, Kirkby in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 8HX


Ashfield Fire Station is part of the Service's North Group and serves the communities of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield, and surrounding areas within the District. The Station is located on Sutton Road and was opened on 9 May 1988.

There is a specialist vehicle-based at Ashfield Fire Station - the high volume pump. This was, initially, part of the New Dimensions Programme introduced in 2003 to provide specialist assets to deal with local, regional, and national emergencies. When attending incidents it is supported by a unit from Newark Fire Station and crewed by RDS personnel from a number of North Group fire stations.

Ashfield Fire Station is actively involved with a number of local safety initiatives, working with multi-agency partners to provide education, safety advice, and support to the community.

Incidents in the station area
Incident Type 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 Total
Dwelling fires 37 48 30 115
Other building fires 17 17 8 42
Road vehicle fires 67 36 30 133
Outdoor fires 18 16 22 56
Road traffic collisions 54 54 38 146
False alarms 255 231 215 701
Other non-fire 157 120 131 408
Total Incidents 821 675 606 2,102

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