Todmorden Fire Station

Todmorden Fire Station, built in 1969, is positioned in the heart of the South Pennines moorland area.  It borders with both Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and is situated in the centre of the community of Todmorden.  The population is 16,023 and the area incorporates 6,859 dwellings.  

Fire crews stood outside Todmorden Fire Station with fire engine and moorland fire off road vehicle.
01706 813541
Calderdale District
Co-responder station

Stansfield Road
OL14 5DL
United Kingdom

Front of Todmorden Fire Station entrance.

The team is made up of a Station Manager (Who also manages Mytholmroyd Fire Station), a Watch Manager, 4 Crew Managers, 8 firefighters and a part time Station Clerk, all dedicated to serving their community by reducing the risk and responding to the people of Todmorden.  

Personnel are specialists in wildfire firefighting and train regularly with their colleagues from across the county border.

Todmorden is a MOD3 water specialist station as well as wildfire specialists with an ARGO and Landrover both on site. 

Personnel from the station were also involved in setting up the Dementia Friendly Todmorden group in 2015, this has included ongoing support for the running of local dementia friendly cafes, an annual Christmas Carol concert event involving local care homes and schools, and providing dementia training courses for Todmorden businesses and schools.

Fire Stations in the Calderdale District

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