Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service
Cumbria Community Messaging (external link)
Here to help you get the information you want with regards to crime, community fire safety, local safer & stronger information relevant to you and your community. This is a two way communication system designed to put you in touch with the people and services that matter to you.
Services we provide
Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service provides many varied services to the community. Find out more about these by following the above link
We are currently recruiting On-Call Firefighters for the following stations Alston, Arnside, Aspatria, Bootle, Broughton, Cockermouth, Coniston, Egremont, Frizington, Keswick, Kirkby Lonsdale, Kirkby Stephen, Lazonby, Longtown, Maryport, Millom, Milnthorpe, Seascale, Shap, Silloth, Stavely, Walney, Wigton, Whitehaven and Workington.
If you are interested in joining the Fire Service please follow the link to find your local station.
Home Safety Visit Assessment
If you would like to complete one of our new Home Safety Visit Assessment's please follow the link Home Safety Visit Assessment.
Full Service Plan 2013-14 (PDF 59.60 KB)
Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service's Service Plan is a living document and may be amended through the year if required.
Our service plan is summarised on an easily accessible document our Plan on a Page (POAP).
POAP 2013/14 (PDF 232 KB)
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CUMBRIA FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY INTEGRATED RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN 2014-17
Cumbria Fire & Rescue Authority's Draft Integrated Risk Management Plan for 2014-2017 has been approved by Cumbria County Council, as the Fire and Rescue Authority. The plan can be viewed on the following links:
FREE HeartStart training courses available for your community groups delivered by Fire & Rescue Service personnel, for more information click on the link below.
Link to HeartStart page