Callington Community Fire Station

Callington is currently recruiting On-Call Firefighters!

For more information and to apply to become an On-Call Firefighter, please visit our Fire Careers recruitment pages and/or call our Resourcing Team on  01872 323800.

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View our community fire and rescue service events page for a full list of activities taking place this year across the county.

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Address:
Callington Community Fire Station
South Hill Road
Callington
Cornwall  PL17 7LG

Telephone: 01579 382321

Staff training night:
Monday 7pm - 9pm

View a map of Callington showing the location of the Community Fire Station.

Callington is a 'On-Call' fire station and was built in May 2002.  

Find out how often Callington On-Call Firefighters are called out to assist the Fire and Rescue Service:

Monthly station activity of incidents for 2015 – 2016

Home fire safety checks are also offered and the crews regularly do home visits to listen to any concerns, give advice and fit and maintain free smoke alarms to properties where required. Register for a Free Home Fire Safety Check online or for more information about them, visit the Fire Safety page.

Callington Community Fire Station have a unique resource called early learning fire safety - elfs, which is available to borrow free of charge by all early years establishments (including: nurseries, pre-schools, child minder's). You can find out more information by visiting our page on elfs and how to borrow the resource from a community fire station in Cornwall.

If you would like to enquire about arranging a visit for your playgroup or other relevant organisation please email fire@cornwall.gov.uk or telephone 0300 1234 232.

The area covers the main road, A388, from St. Mellion to Wooda Bridge, near Treburley and the A390 Gunnislake to St. Ive Square. In total, Callington Fire Station covers about 100 square miles.

Special risks include:

  • Ginsters Bakery
  • Kit Hill - area of natural scientific interest
  • Cothele House - National Trust
  • Hingston Down Quarry
  • Underground Water Pumping Station at Gunnislake
  • Tamar Valley - area of outstanding natural beauty and conservation
  • Duchy College
  • Cadsonbury Hill - an old Saxon Fortress in the Lyhner Valley
  • Various old mine workings scattered around the area - some have been restored mainly in the Calstock and Kelly Bray area
  • Callington Community College and Primary School.

For Cornwall's full fleet list of vehicles, view our page on facts and figures.

Any general enquiries should be directed to: 0300 1234 232

Or for 24 hour Fire Safety Advice call free on: 0800 3581 999

View our information on Dialling 999 in an emergency.