All posts tagged "Merseyside Fire and Rescue"

  • New Prescot Police & Fire Station Now Open

    After a 12-month construction project, Prescot Community Fire & Police Station has opened at the junction of Manchester Road and Cables Way. The purpose-built facility replaces the former Prescot Police Station on Derby Street and both Whiston...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • CCTV Appeal following Rainhill Farm Fire (Video)

    (Via Merseyside Police) Detectives have issued CCTV footage of three males they would like to speak to following a fire at a farm in Rainhill on Sunday 20 August. At approximately 4.40pm Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service...

    • Posted August 22, 2017
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  • Work Starts on New Prescot Police & Fire Station

    Construction is underway on a new joint police and fire station in Prescot. The building, on a vacant site between Manchester Road and Carr Lane, replaces both Prescot Police Station on Derby Street and Whiston Fire Station...

    • Posted March 16, 2017
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  • Midnight Fire at Pallet Yard in Huyton

    Eight fire engines were brought in to extinguish a blaze on a Huyton industrial park last night (Thursday 7 August). Prescot Online readers from across Prescot and Whiston reported seeing flames and billowing smoke shortly before midnight,...

    • Posted August 8, 2014
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  • Consultation on New Prescot Fire Station

    Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority want residents’ views on a new fire station for Prescot. The proposed building, on Manchester Road, would replace both Whiston and Huyton fire stations. The MFRA say the merger plans are due...

    • Posted June 11, 2014
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  • Whiston & Huyton Fire Station Merger Planned for Prescot

    Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority have approved plans to build a new fire station in Prescot. The proposed premises on Manchester Road will replace Whiston and Huyton fire stations, both earmarked for closure to cut costs. The...

    • Posted March 6, 2014
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  • Prescot Substation Fire Burns Overnight

    A fire blazed through a two-storey Prescot building for over seven hours on Friday night. Emergency services were called to the power substation on Hall Lane at 11.15pm on Friday 25 October. Firefighters had to wait for...

    • Posted October 26, 2013
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