Caerphilly Fire Station serves the busy town of Caerphilly and the surrounding villages of Llanbradach, Rudry, Machen, Nantgarw and Senghenydd.
Caerphilly Fire Station serves a varying range of industries, businesses and residential areas and also attends road traffic collisions on a number of main roads including the A470, A468 and A469. As well as the town centre shops, there is also a large retail park, a number of hospitals, several large industrial estates and an airport overhaul engineering plant, all within the Station area.
Young Firefighters group meets every Tuesday from 18.30 – 21.00 (aged 13-18 years)Caerphilly Firefighters installed smoke alarms in over 800 homes between 1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014 and gave Fire Safety talks to Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils at schools in Caerphilly and neighboring areas and actively participates in Risk Reduction Activities with local partners to ensure safer communities.
Caerphilly Community Fire Station is your local Station. If you need any fire safety advice, smoke alarms fitted in your home, smoke alarms for the hard of hearing, if you are a local community group who would benefit from our resources, or if you are interested in joining the Young Firefighters Scheme then please contact the Station Commander, Steve Logan on 01443 232660..
The Station is made up of 48 uniformed staff 26 Whole Time Duty System comprising of 4 Watches (Red, Green, Blue, White ) 21 Retained Duty System Firefighters and a Station Manager.
The original Fire Station was built in 1959; it was replaced with a new Station in 2002.
2 x Water Ladder
1 x Environmental Protection Unit