South yorkshire fire and rescue service

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue
South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue area
Area South Yorkshire
HQ Eyre Street HQ & Central Fire Station, Sheffield
Staff 1000+
Stations 22
Co-responder No
Chief Fire Officer James Courtney
Deputy Chief Fire Officer Mark Shaw
Fire authority South Yorkshire Fire and civil defence Authority

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue is the statutory fire and rescue service for the area of South Yorkshire, England. The service covers the areas of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield[1]


The service currently has a total of 22 fire stations across South Yorkshire, currently there are:

  • 17 Wholetime fire stations
  • 5 Part-time.[2]

The stations can be found in:[2]

Barnsley- Barnsley, Cudworth, Penistone, Tankersley
Doncaster District - Adwick-le-Street, Askern, Doncaster, Edlington, Rossington, Thorne
Rotherham District - Aston Park, Dearne, Maltby, Rotherham
Sheffield- Central, Lowedges, Mansfield Road, Mosborough, Darnall, Elm Lane, Rivelin, and Stocksbridge

Two new fire stations are planned to be built in Parkway and Birley in Sheffield by 2015, eventually replacing the stations at Mansfield Road, Darnall and Mosborough.

See also


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