Maryport Fire Station

Maryport

Maryport Fire Station
Mealpot Road
Maryport
CA15 6NQ

 

Tel: 0300 303 8623 Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Training Evening: Tuesday 1900 hrs to 2100 hrs.

Email: enquiries.fire@cumbria.gov.uk      

  

Maryport fire station is staffed by On-call Firefighters and houses two fire engines. 

The dock and harbour area has been revitalised over recent years, with the introduction of an aquarium, museum, yachting marina, fish handling plant and new residential properties, all of which bring their own inherent risks. Other risks associated with the town and station area include schools, several residential homes for elderly people, residential properties, guest houses and hotels and a general increase in tourist activity. The large volumes of traffic on the predominantly 'B' type roads and the busy A596 trunk road running through the station area results in significant numbers of serious road traffic collisions. Open farmland brings the danger of barn fires and other farm related incidents, such as livestock rescues.

 

Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service carry out Safe and Well Visits; please use the link below for more information. 

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Maryport Station Area 300 X 447

  Next nearest supporting Fire Engine

  Workington - 8 miles 
  Cockermouth - 7 miles  
  Aspatria - 8 miles 

Station Area17,100 population
Crewing TypeOn-Call
Fire Engines1 Fire Engines and 1 Rapid Response Vehicle

The fire station was purpose built in 1967 and houses two fire engines, with an adjoining drill  yard and drill tower. It is staffed by On Call firefighters who provide crewing for the two fire engines.

The town of Maryport is located on the west coast of Cumbria on the Solway Firth, just  outside the Lake District National Park and has a population of approximately 11,500 people.

 

The area contains:

  • 2 Grade I listed buildings and 4 Grade II listed buildings

  • 2 Sites of Specific Scientific Interest

  • No Site Specific Risks identified

  • Row Beck flows through Dearham and with many areas suffering from poor surface water drainage the risk of low level flooding is common in the Maryport area

Although most of the original large factories have closed, these have been replaced by smaller factory units. The dock and harbour area has been revitalised over recent years, with the introduction of an aquarium, museum, yachting marina, fish handling plant and new residential properties, all of which bring their own inherent risks. Other risks associated with the area include those posed by residential properties, guest houses and hotels and the general increase in tourist activity. With large volumes of traffic on the predominantly 'B' type roads and the busy A596 trunk road running through the station area, results in significant numbers of serious road traffic collisions. There are six schools, as well as several residential homes for elderly people located within the town. Open farmland brings the danger of barn fires and other farm related incidents, such as livestock rescues.

The table shows the number of incidents that have occurred within nominal area assigned to the station (as shown on the map in the station profile).  This is different to the number of incidents attended by fire engines which are based at the station, as they may attend incidents outside their station area.

Fire2017/182018/192019/20
All emergencies attended108101110
All Fires514556
Accidental primary dwelling fires8710
Secondary fires71534
Chimney fires541
Deliberate primary fires1393
Deliberate secondary fires11726
False Alarms
All false alarms393939
Special Service Calls
Non Road Traffic Collisions Special Service Calls14210
Road Traffic Collisions Special Service Calls4155

Response times

On-call Fire Engine

Fire Engine C08P12017/182018/192019/20
Average crew turnout time (time it takes the crew to respond to the station)4 mins 1 secs5 mins 19 sec5 mins 11 secs
Average response time (time it takes the crew to arrive at the incident from the station)5 mins 50 secs6 mins 14 secs9 mins 38 secs
Number of incidents attended by fire engine C08P112811286

On-Call Fire Engine

Fire Engine C08P22017/182018/192019/20
Average crew turnout time (time it takes the crew to respond to the station)8 mins 16 secs4 mins 59 secsNot in service
Average response time (time it takes the crew to arrive at the incident from the station)5 mins 20 secs4 mins 14 secsNot in Service
Number of incidents attended by fire engine C08P266N/A

 

Availability of fire engines

On-Call Fire Engine

Fire Engine C08P12017/182018/192019/20
Total Availability91%92%79%
Mon - Fri (08:00 - 18:00)87%93%60%
Mon - Thurs (18:00 - 08:00)99%99%94%
Fri - Mon (18:00 - 08:00)87%86%81%

 On-Call Fire Engine

Fire Engine C08P22017/182018/192019/20
Total Availability16%6%Not in Service
Mon - Fri (08:00 - 18:00)4%39%Not in Service
Mon - Thurs (18:00 - 08:00)37%12%Not in Service
Fri - Mon (18:00 - 08:00)7%19%Not in Service

Further information for this fire station is available on a number of themes at the Cumbria Intelligence Observatory, including:

  • Population 

  • Crime and Community

  • Health and Social Care

  • Housing

  • Economy and Employment

  • Environment

  • Children and Young People

Please visit www.cumbriaobservatory.org.uk and choose a fire station area for your particular theme of interest.