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New Walkergate,
East Yorkshire
HU17 9EQ

Tel: 01482 398500


  • Mar

    Joint service volunteers setting the standard

    Humberside Police and Humberside Fire and Rescue Service are leading the way with their innovative approach to Community Safety Volunteers.
  • Sep

    Fire Services helping older people to Age Safely

    The Chief Fire Officers Association’s (CFOA) Ageing Safely Week takes place from 29 September to 5 October 2014.
  • Sep

    Karen and Duncan are the toast of the HFRS Community Awards 2014

    The 6th Annual HFRS Community Awards took place on 25 September and it proved to be an emotional and inspirational night.
  • Sep

    New RDS recruits put on display for family and friends

    The latest group of retained firefighters passed out earlier today in front of senior officers, family and friends, before putting on a display of RTC extrication techniques.
  • Jun

    Rescue Day promises to be a ‘magnificent seventh’

    A Rescue Day involving all the major players in an emergency will take place on Saturday 12th July 2014 at 7 Lakes Country Park in Crowle, North Lincolnshire (9am to 5pm). Now in its 7th year, Rescue Day has grown to become the largest event of its kind in the world.
  • Jun

    UK Road Safety Week proves to be a huge success

    Fire and rescue services (FRS) across the United Kingdom moved into top gear for an unprecedented week of co-ordinated road safety awareness raising.
  • May

    Health and Safety Award for Humberside FRS

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) is celebrating after winning the award for ‘Best Internal Occupational Health and Safety For Organisations Of More Than 250 Staff’. The Health and Safety team from the Service were presented with the William Jackson Trophy at the Occupational Health and Safety Group annual awards in Hull on Friday 9 May.
  • May

    Andrew Percy MP praises joint working

    Sunshine and smiles in Snaith this afternoon as Andrew Percy, MP for Brigg, Goole and the Isle of Axholme, praised the launch of the county’s first Emergency First Responder (EFR) scheme. He summed up the positive words from both partners in this pioneering partnership by saying “It’s actually about how you save lives”.
  • May

    Emergency First Responder scheme rolls out

    More than 70 fire fighters across seven fire stations in Humberside and the East Riding will soon be responding to selected emergency calls at the same time as an ambulance, thanks to the launch of the county’s first Emergency First Responder (EFR) scheme.
  • Apr

    The Ark Project - flood preparation and response centre

    The effect of severe weather and flooding has become a major feature for the Humber region over the past ten years. It is anticipated that this will only worsen over the coming decades. The tidal surge of December 2013, which first affected the East Yorkshire coast, was the highest ever recorded tide level in the Humber estuary and led to around 1,100 properties and hundreds of businesses flooding in the area.
  • Apr

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service launch First Responder Trial - Pocklington East Riding

    Retained firefighters from Pocklington Fire Station have recently trained to act as first responders in medical emergencies. The six month trial, in partnership with Yorkshire Ambulance Service, will run until September 2013.
  • Feb

    Bogus caller alert

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service has had reports of companies receiving bogus calls from people pretending to be associated with the Fire Service, trying to sell them advertising space in publications.
  • Feb

    Residents urged to cook safely

    In a bid to reduce cooking related fires, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is urging residents to think about safety in the kitchen. Cooking fires are the most common cause of house fires in the Humberside area and throughout January 2013 crews attended 34 house fires,over half of which were cooking related.
  • Feb

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service asks community to nominate their local hero

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is asking members of the public to nominate their local hero. The winner will be chosen by public vote and will be honoured at the Service’s fifth annual Community Awards on Thursday 26 September.
  • Aug

    Wheelie bin safety warning for residents

    In a bid to prevent people becoming the victim of a deliberate fire, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is urging residents to be more vigilant when leaving out wheelie bins for collection.


Beverley is a market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire noted for its Minster and architecturally significant religious buildings. The town is 1300 years old and is home to Beverley Racecourse and the oldest grammar school in the country, Beverley Grammar School.

The fire station opened in 1982 and is also home to our Occupational Health and Health and Safety teams and is also the CPU headquarters in the East Riding.

Beverley Fire Station covers the town of Beverley, and consists of many villages in a mainly rural location with associated road networks. The River Hull cuts through the station area.


  • 24 on-call firefighters

Fire Engines:

  • 2 x Fire Engines
  • 2 x Prime movers (a series of demountable units that are transported on 1 of 4 trucks)
  • 1 x High volume pump module (used for flooding or incidents where a large amounts of water are required)
  • 1 x disrobe unit (allows the provision to disrobe and rerobe at any incident where decontamination of large numbers of casualties are required)
  • 1 x double hose box (used at larger incidents to supply water over long distances)

Neighbouring fire stations: Driffield, Market Weighton & Hornsea



Beverley Fire Station - East Riding of Yorkshire

Incident Activity During 2012/13

Incident Type Total % of Total
False Alarms 179 55.1%
Road Traffic Collisions and other non-fire emergencies 68 20.9%
Property Fires 38 11.7%
Small Fires 31 9.5%
Chimney Fires 9 2.8%
Grand Total 325 100%
Road Traffic Collisions and other non-fire emergencies attended by type Total % of Total
Road Traffic Collisions 23 33.8%
Spills, leaks and flooding 13 19.1%
Other transport incidents 7 10.3%
Animal assistance incidents 6 8.8%
Effecting entry/exit 4 5.9%
Hazardous materials incident 2 2.9%
Lift release 2 2.9%
Other rescue/release of persons 2 2.9%
Medical incident 2 2.9%
Making safe (not RTC) 1 1.5%
No action and advice only 1 1.5%
Assist other agencies 1 1.5%
Rescue or evacuation from water 1 1.5%
Stand by hazard 1 1.5%
Removal of objects from people 1 1.5%
Grand Total 68 100%
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