Rothwell Fire Station

Rothwell Fire Station, which has recently been re-built, is located on Carlton Lane. The previous 1963 station building was demolished in 2014 and a brand new facility was built on the same site.  The new single storey building was completed in the summer of 2015 with an official opening held on 16 July 2015.


Rothwell Fire Station.
Leeds District
Co-responder station

Carlton Lane
LS26 0DH
United Kingdom

The station protects the area of Rothwell and locations of Thorpe, Robin Hood, John O’Gaunts, Oulton, Woodlesford, Methley, Lofthouse, Mickletown, Stourton, Carlton and Lee. The station is a dedicated technical water rescue station.

The team is made up of a Watch Manager, Crew Managers and operational Firefighters who work a day crewed shift pattern. Firefighters provide emergency response throughout the day from station and then provide cover from home during the evening with all staff living in close proximity to the station, providing 24 hour cover, 365 days a year.

Firefighters sat inside station.
Fire Stations in the Leeds District

Cookridge Fire Station               Garforth Fire Station               Hunslet Fire Station

Killingbeck Fire Station              Leeds Fire Station                  Moortown Fire Station

Morley Fire Station                     Otley Fire Station                   Rawdon Fire Station

Rothwell Fire Station                 Stanningley Fire Station          Wetherby Fire Station

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