Borth Fire Station was built in 2011 and is situated in Borth The Borth area has an approximate population of 3,300 and the station provides emergency response to the town itself and neighbouring communities between Furnace to the North and Rhydypennau to the south
Borth is crewed by volunteer personnel who respond to the station and crew a 4x4 Ford Transit type appliance and respond when required. If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Firefighter at Borth Fire Station or if you require additional safety advice please visit our web site at www.mawwfire.gov.uk
or alternatively call us on 0370 60 60 699.
Priority for 2014-2015
Reduce the number of Special Service Calls (e.g. rescues, flooding etc.)
It can be seen form the station incident profile that special service calls make up a large percentage of the station call outs. These calls are primarily flooding incidents and reflect the recent adverse weather experienced in the area. The command team will work with our respective partners in order to reduce the risk to the community of Borth and also implement contingency plans in the event of future incidents. Additional water safety, flooding advice is available via www.mawwfire.gov.uk