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Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

Headquarters

146 Bolton Road

Swinton, Manchester

M27 8US


Tel: 0161 736 5866

For a FREE Home Safety Check please call:

0800 555 815

Salford Borough
Borough Commander: Tony Holt Borough_Commander

Welcome to the Salford Borough section of the website...

Salford has a long industrial legacy with a history of coal-mining, textiles and heavy engineering along with what was Britain's major inland ocean-going port. Major new developments are changing the face of the city. The developments on Salford Quays, with its associated Lowry Centre, has become a focus for re-generation in the area.

Salford covers 37 square miles and has a population is approximately 220,000 people. We have fire stations in the following areas: Salford, Broughton, Agecroft, Eccles and Irlam.

Contact your borough:

If you have a fire - always dial 999.

Generic and school enquiries:
If you have a generic enquiry for your local borough or station you should either call 0161 608 9227 or email salfordandtrafford@manchesterfire.gov.uk

Home/business fire safety enquiries:
If your enquiry is in relation to fire safety you should call 0161 609 0210.

For a FREE Home safety Check please call 0800 555 815

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  • Jul
    30
    GMFRS invites you to its Emergency Services Day
    GMFRS' annual Emergency Services Open Day will again take place at intu Trafford Centre when firefighters and other staff will be joined by partners showcasing their services.
  • Jul
    30
    Firefighters save public over one billion pounds in one year
    FIREFIGHTERS in Greater Manchester saved the public over one billion pounds last year, according to research showing the impact of emergency responses.
  • Jul
    20
    New air unit will support firefighters at incidents
    GREATER Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) has launched a new flying AIR Unit to support the work of firefighters at operational incidents.
  • Jun
    30
    Firefighters issue heatwave plea
    WITH a heatwave set to hit Greater Manchester today, firefighters want everyone to enjoy the good weather safely by taking care around open waters and barbecues
  • Jun
    19
    Ramadan 2015
    GREATER Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) is urging local Muslim communities to take care over the next month as they begin the period of Ramadan.
Last update: 03/06/2015 11:45:32
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