Reducing risk to our community isn’t just one organisation’s responsibility.
In North Tyneside, we work closely with a number of partner agencies including the North Tyneside Strategic Partnership to keep everyone safe.
To arrange a safe and well in North Tyneside, use our virtual tool or call your nearest fire station.
Performance and priorities
To tailor services to the needs of the local community, each district sets its own priorities based on consultation with Local Authority partners and the risks identified by the service.
Find out more about the priorities and targets for North Tyneside in the latest performance report.
District plans are available through our publication scheme.
In June 2010, Tynemouth Community Fire Station replaced the old station which had stood on the same site since 1959.
The area is bounded by the North Sea and River Tyne, which presents a number of risks. The station also services North Tyneside General Hospital and parts of the Coast Road and the A19 Trunk Road – two of the region’s busiest roads.
Its community safety centre offers a 60 seat auditorium with IT presentation facilities and a meeting room, as well as facilities for Fire Cadets.
|Address||Tynemouth Community Fire Station
Preston North Road
Tyne and Wear
|Telephone||+44 (0)191 444 1760|
Get directions to Tynemouth Community Fire Station (opens in Google Maps).
Wallsend was part of Northumberland County Fire Service until 1974, when the local government was reorganised.
It serves a wide cross section of domestic property, ranging from large Victorian town houses to compact council estates.
The A1058 Coast Road and the A19 Trunk Road both pass through the area.
|Address||Wallsend Community Fire Station
Tyne and Wear
|Telephone||+44 (0)191 444 1200|
Get directions to Wallsend Community Fire Station (opens in Google Maps).