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Royston

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Station Establishment

The retained appliance is staffed by 1 Watch Manager (A); 1 Crew Manager; 10 Fire-fighters = 12

Station Area: 20.6 km2

Population: 34,075

Dwellings: 15,074

Royston is a retained station with an area which mainly covers rural and residential risks in a very large geographical area. It also includes a number of large commercial risks such as Monkton Coking Plant, Premdor, Sash Windows, Castle Gas and Padget Brothers. Villages such as Royston, Monk Bretton, Darton, Darfield, Mapplewell, Shafton, Grimethorpe, Cudworth, Athersley and Carlton make up the community served by Royston. Fire Cadets train here on Wednesday evenings.

Address

Royston Fire Station

High Street

Royston

Barnsley

S71 4RJ

Tel: 0114 2532502

Fax: 0114 2532779

Email: Royston@syfire.gov.uk

Appliances

Mercedes Atego Rescue Pump (Retained)

Royston Station Incident Statistics 2012 to 2013

Quarter 1

Quarter 2

Quarter 3

Quarter 4

2012/13

Fires

Primary Fires

of which were deliberate

Secondary Fires

of which were deliberate

Accidental Dwelling Fires

9

6

22

17

1

14

6

25

16

4

False Alarms

Caused by Automatic Detection

Good Intent False Alarm

Malicious False Alarms

2

12

0

7

20

0

Other Information

Road Traffic Collisions Attended

Home Safety Checks Conducted

Smoke Alarms Fitted

0

86

87

3

77

95

Royston Station Incident Statistics 2011 to 2012

Quarter 1

Quarter 2

Quarter 3

Quarter 4

2011/12

Fires

Primary Fires

of which were deliberate

Secondary Fires

of which were deliberate

Accidental Dwelling Fires

17

5

79

53

4

24

14

91

66

3

14

6

26

20

2

7

1

29

25

2

62

26

225

164

11

False Alarms

Caused by Automatic Detection

Good Intent False Alarm

Malicious False Alarms

8

22

0

7

20

0

7

19

0

5

14

0

27

75

0

Other Information

Road Traffic Collisions Attended

Home Safety Checks Conducted

Smoke Alarms Fitted

4

0

0

2

0

0

2

0

0

0

16

12

8

16

12

All figures were correct at time of extraction and are subject to updating in the future.

Quarter 1 April, May, June

Quarter 2 July, August, June

Quarter 3 October, November, December

Quarter 4 January, February, March