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Barton

Holydyke
Barton upon Humber
North Lincolnshire
DN18 5PR

Tel: 01652 633465

News

  • Jul
    02
    2014

    Grimsby hosts national animal rescue conference

    Now in its sixth year, the CFOA Animal Rescue Practitioners Forum continues to develop and make good progress. The latest event on its calendar takes place in North East Lincolnshire on 2-3 July 2014 when firefighters and partner agencies from across the country will gather in Grimsby.
  • Jun
    27
    2014

    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
    17
    2014

    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.
  • Jun
    12
    2014

    Smoke alarm alerts woman to fire

    A fire broke out in the kitchen of a property in Kingfisher Close, Barton today (Thursday 12 June). The woman who lived in the property was upstairs when the smoke alarm sounded and alerted her to the fire. She was able to extinguish it prior to the arrival of fire crews.
  • May
    29
    2014

    7 Lakes Xtreme Challenge results

    Full list of finishers and times from the RU Tuff Enuff Xtreme Challenge held at 7 Lakes Country Park on Saturday 24 May, 2014:
  • May
    27
    2014

    Tuff Enuff and Wet Enuff

    Torrential rain in North Lincolnshire couldn’t dampen the spirits of competitors or volunteers during the 7 Lakes Xtreme Challenge on Saturday 24 May, 2014.
  • May
    21
    2014

    WI Centenary Baton heads to Barton

    Calm waters met members of the Women’s Institute earlier today as they crossed the River Humber on the latest leg of the Centenary Baton Relay.
  • May
    20
    2014

    Four ladies, two boats, one baton

    HFRS will assist volunteers from an East Yorkshire based lifeboat station to transport four ladies and their baton across the River Humber on Wednesday 21 May 2014.
  • May
    20
    2014

    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
    09
    2014

    Are you tough enough?

    This is no ordinary run. It is not even a cross-country run. This is the 7 Lakes Xtreme Challenge – five and a half miles of lung-bursting, heart pumping mud, water crossings, skip splashes and guess what…more mud.
  • May
    09
    2014

    Reduce the risk of candle fires

    Following a recent serious house fire in Scunthorpe, residents are being reminded of the dangers of candles in the home.
  • May
    08
    2014

    Scunthorpe fire response enters final phase

    Crews from Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) are still in attendance at the plastic recycling centre fire on Winterton Road in Scunthorpe.
  • May
    07
    2014

    Crews may remain at Scunthorpe fire until Friday

    The fire at a plastics recycling plant in Scunthorpe continues to burn, but HFRS crews have it under control and will potentially be at the scene for a further 48 hours.
  • May
    06
    2014

    Scunthorpe fire update

    HFRS crews are likely to be at the scene of the fire at a recycling plant in Scunthorpe until the early hours of Wednesday morning.
  • May
    06
    2014

    Large fire at Scunthorpe recycling plant

    A large incident is ongoing this evening at a plastics recycling plant on Winterton Road in Scunthorpe.
  • Apr
    30
    2014

    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.
  • Feb
    26
    2013

    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
    26
    2013

    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
    26
    2013

    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.

About

Barton Fire Station serves Barton and the surrounding area, it is crewed by on-call firefighters. The area is bordered to the North of the River Humber and is the site of the south part of the Humber Bridge. There is some industry in the area as well as many rural villages and the A15 dual carriageway.

Personnel:

17 on-call firefighters

Fire Engines:

1 x Fire Engine
1 x Special fire engine

Neighbouring fire stations: Calvert Lane (Hull) & Immingham West

Map

Stats

Barton Fire Station – North Lincolnshire

Incident Activity During 2012/13

Incident Type Total % of Total
False Alarms 46 36.5%
Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs) and other non-fire emergencies 30 23.8%
Property Fire 23 18.3%
Small fire 22 17.5%
Chimney Fire 5 4.0%
Grand Total 126 100%
Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs) and other non-fire emergency incidents by type Total % of Total
Road traffic collision (RTC) 13 43.3%
Spills, leaks and flooding 8 26.7%
Effecting entry/exit 3 10.0%
Medical Incident 2 6.7%
Making safe (not RTC) 2 6.7%
Animal assistance incidents 1 3.3%
No action and advice given 1 3.3%
Grand Total 30 100%
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