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 our administrative hub 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.
- 28 on-call firefighters
- 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)