Carmarthenshire stations map

The County of Carmarthenshire is the third biggest in Wales covering an area of 2,385 square kilometres. The majority of the 190,000 people, who live in the County, live in or around the three principal towns of Llanelli, Carmarthen and Ammanford; whilst the remainder live within the many small and medium sized communities sprinkled throughout the region.

The administrative centre of Carmarthenshire is the market town of Carmarthen, whilst the most populated area is in and around the town of Llanelli.

The County of Carmarthenshire is one of six to make up the area of Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and the County Command Headquarters is situated at Trevaughan within the town of Carmarthen.

The Carmarthenshire Command team, situated at Service Headquarters, administers 11 fire stations which are situated at Llanelli, Carmarthen, Kidwelly, Pontyates, Ammanford, Tumble, Newcastle Emlyn, Llandysul, Llandeilo, Llandovery and Whitland.

Address
​Ammanford Fire Station
Heol Wallasey
Ammanford
Carmarthenshire
SA18 2LU

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

Wholetime Crew
1 Watch Manager
3 Crew Managers
9 Firefighters

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
2 On Call Crew Managers
14 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump
Rural Response Pump
Breathing Apparatus Support Pod
High Volume Pump Hose Layer
High Volume Pump
Mass Decontamination Unit
Welfare Pod
4 Wheel Drive Support Unit (New Dimensions)

Drill Night
Tuesday  18:30 - 20:30

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
The station serves a population of approximately 22,000. A large percentage of Ammanford’s incidents are Road Traffic Collisions and Special Service Calls where their specialist appliances are invaluable.

Address
Carmarthen Fire Station
Lime Grove Avenue
Carmarthen
Carmarthenshire
SA31 1SP

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

Wholetime Crew
1 Watch Manager
3 Crew Managers
9 Firefighters

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
5 On Call Crew Managers
15 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump x 2
Boat
Incident Command Unit
4 Wheel Drive Support Vehicle

Drill Night
Monday 19.00 - 21.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Carmarthen station’s community area has an approximate population of 30,000, much of the area is made up of outlying areas including farms, villages, communities such as Bronwydd, Capel Dewi, Meidrim, Cwmffrwd and Llanstephan. The main risks for Carmarthen and its surrounding communities are the busy main A40 and A48 trunk roads linking the UK to West Wales and Ireland, a mixture of Country & B roads, farming and associated agricultural industries, mainline railway junction, large industrial estates, and the river Towy is susceptible to flooding.

 

Address
​​Kidwelly Fire Station
Hillfield Villas
Kidwelly
Carmarthenshire
SA17 4UL

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
0 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
7 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump 

Drill Night
Monday 18.00 - 20.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Kidwelly fire station community area has an approximate population of around 8100; much of this is made up from the rural communities of Pembrey, Trimsaran, Mynyddygarreg, Llandyfaelog and Ferryside. The main risks for Kidwelly and its surrounding communities are incidents such as Road Traffic Collisions and Flooding.

 

Address
​Llandeilo Fire Station
Carmarthen Road
Llandeilo
Carmarthenshire
SA19 6RP

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
8 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump 

Drill Night
Monday 19.00 - 21.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Llandeilo station’s community area has an approximate population of 9000. The station turnout area also covers areas such as Bethlehem, Ffairfach, Carmel, Dryslwyn, Talley and Llangadog. Risks include a number of hotels, animal feed centres, the River Towy, the heart of Wales railway and the local road network.

Address
​Llandovery Fire Station
Llanfair Road
Llandovery
Carmarthenshire
SA20 0HY

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
7 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump

Drill Night
Tuesday 19.00 - 21.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Llandovery station’s community area has an approximate population of 6,000; much of this is made up of outlying rural areas including farms and villages including the communities of Llangadog, Llanwrda, Rhandirmwyn, Cilycwm and Crugybar.

Address
Llandysul Fire Station
Pencader Road
Llandysul
Carmarthenshire
SA44 4AE

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
7 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump 

Drill Night
Monday 18.30 - 20.30

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Firefighters at this station receive extra training to provide a medical response, along with the ambulance service, to life-threatening incidents in their local community.

Did you know...
The Llandysul station area has a population of 8,633. Llandysul is a small town in the county of Ceredigion. The main turnout area extends from Talgarreg in the north, Alltwalis in the south, Llanllwni in the east and Henllan in the west. A large part of the area lies in Ceredigion. The main risks are the Gas and Oil storage depots of West Wales Gas and O J Williams.

Address
​​Llanelli Fire Station
Corporation Avenue
Llanelli
Carmarthenshire
SA15 3PF

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

Wholetime Crew
1 Watch Manager
3 Crew Managers
10 Firefighters

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
2 On Call Crew Managers
12 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump x 2
Co Responder
Environmental Protection Unit or Chemical Incident Unit
Incident Response Unit (New Dimensions)

Drill Night
Tuesday 18.00 - 20.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
On-call firefighters at this station receive extra training to provide a medical response, along with the ambulance service, to life-threatening incidents in their local community.

Did you know...
The Llanelli station area has a population of approximately 57,360. The main risks for Llanelli are heavy industry such as TATA steel at Trostre, Calsonic at Felinfoel,a hospital, schools and retail shopping centres.

Address
​Newcastle Emlyn Fire Station
New Road
Newcastle Emlyn
Carmarthenshire
SA38 9BA

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
9 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump
4 Wheel Drive Co Responder

Drill Night
Monday 19.00 - 21.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Firefighters at this station receive extra training to provide a medical response, along with the ambulance service, to life-threatening incidents in their local community.

Did you know...
The Newcastle Emlyn station area has a population of 8,912. The Station provides an emergency response to the surrounding villages of Cenarth, Capel Iwan, Drefach, Henllan and Rhydlewis along with other small villages and hamlets. The main risks are the network of roads feeding in from three directions and the river Teifi which flows alongside the town.

Address
​Pontyates Fire Station
Heol Meinciau
Pontyates
Carmarthenshire
SA15 5TR

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
1 On Call Crew Managers
8 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump

Drill Night
Monday 18.30 - 20.30

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Pontyates station community area has an approximate population of 8631, most of this is made up of outlying rural areas which inclued the communities of Ponthenri, Meinciau, Carway, Five Roads and areas of Trimsaran and Pontyberem. The main risks are the river Gwendraeth which can on occasion pose a risk from flooding and the network of minor roads that connect the local villages and towns.

Address
Tumble Fire Station
Lletty Road
Tumble
Carmarthenshire
SA14 6BN

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
11 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump
Water Carrier

Drill Night
Monday 18.30 - 20.30

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Tumble Fire Station community area has an approximate population of 12,436. The turnout area extends from Carmel in the north, Llannon in the south, Capel Hendre in the east and Llanddarog in the west. The main risk for Tumble and the surrounding areas are the A and B road network as well as the A48 trunk road.

Address
​Whitland Fire Station
West Street
Whitland
Carmarthenshire
SA34 0AE

Telephone Number
0370 6060699

Email Address
mail@mawwfire.gov.uk

On Call Crew
1 On Call Watch Manager
3 On Call Crew Managers
6 On Call Firefighters

Appliances
Rescue Pump

Drill Night
Wednesday 19.00 - 21.00

*Please note, due to the current social distancing guidelines, drill nights are split and undertaken throughout the week with a maximum of 5 fire fighters present.

Did you know...
Whitland station’s community area has an approximate population of 11,000; much of this is made up of outlying areas including farms, villages, hamlets and also the town of St Clears. The main risks for Whitland and its surrounding communities are the busy main A40 and A477 trunk roads to Fishguard and Pembroke Dock respectively, linking these strategic ports to the rest of the UK.