|Chief Fire Officer||Huw Jakeway|
|Facilities and equipment|
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service (Welsh : Gwasanaeth Tân ac Achub De Cymru) is the fire and rescue service covering the ten Welsh principal areas of Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, Newport, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Torfaen and Vale of Glamorgan.
SWFRS was created in 1996 by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994 which reformed Welsh local government. It was created by a merger of the previous fire brigades of Mid Glamorgan, South Glamorgan and Gwent. It covers an area of around 1,100 square miles (2,800 km2) with a population of around 1.4 million.
The fire authority which runs the service is a joint-board made up of councillors from the ten principal areas covered by the service.
|Station Callsign||Station Name||Duty System||Appliances||Appliance Callsigns|
|S01||Bridgend||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x HRT, 1x L4P, 1x ARU,||WS01P1, WS01P2, WS01L8, WS01R3, WS01T3, WS01R5|
|S03||Kenfig Hill||Retained||1x WrL 1X WrB||WS03P1 WS03W7|
|S04||Cowbridge||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS04P1, WS04L8|
|S05||Pencoed||Retained||1x WrL 1 X EPU||WS05P1 WS05S2|
|S06||Ogmore Vale||Retained||1x WrL||WS06P1|
|S08||Maesteg||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x IRU||WS08P1, WS08P2, WS08L8, WS08H9|
|S09||Treorchy||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS09P1, WS09L8|
|S10||Tonypandy||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x GPV, 1x BASU*, 1x WelU*||WS10P1, WS10P2, WS10L8, WS10T1, WS10S1, WS10S2|
|S14||Pontyclun||Retained/Training School||1x WrL||WS14P1|
|S15||Pontypridd||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x WrB*, 1x HRT||WS15P1, WS15P2, WS15L8, WS15R5, WS15W7|
|S17||Aberdare||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x L4P, 1 X EPU,||WS17P1, WS17P2, WS17L8, WS17S2|
|S19||Llantwit Major||Retained/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL,||WS19P1,|
|S20||Barry||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x WrB*, 1x SRU, , 1xIrbT||WS20P1, WS20P2, WS20W7, WS20T1, WS20R1, WS20B1|
|S21||Aberbargoed||Wholetime/Retained||2x WrL, 1x WrC, 1x L4P, 1x BASU||WS21P1, WS21P2, WS21W7, WS21L8, WS21S1|
|S22||Penarth||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x CIU*, 1x WIU+IrbT*||WS22P1, WS22H2, WS22B1|
|S24||Caerphilly||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x GPV, 1x ICU||WS24P1, WS24P2, WS24L8, WS24T1, WS24C1|
|S26||Merthyr Tydfil||Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed*||2x WrL, 1x ALP, 1x HRT, 1x GPV, 1x IRU 1x L4P||WS26P1, WS26P2, WS26A4, WS26R5, WS26T1, WS26H9 WS26L8|
|S27||Tredegar||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS27P1, WS27L8|
|S28||Rhymney||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS28P1, WS28L8|
|S30||Abercarn||Retained/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x GPV||WS30P1, WS30L8, WS30T1|
|S32||Cwmbran||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x PM+MDU*, 1x GPV 2x PM+HVP||WS32P1, WS32C1, WS32T9, WS32T1 WS32T9|
|S33||New Inn||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x CIU*, 1x GPV||WS33P1, WS33H1, WS33T1|
|S34||Abersychan||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS34P1, WS34L8|
|S35||Abertillery||Retained/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS35P1, WS35L8|
|S37||Ebbw Vale||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x HRT, 1x SRU*, 2x WIU+IrbT*||WS37P1, WS37R1, WS37R5, WS37B1, WS37B2|
|S38||Brynmawr||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS38P1, WS38L8|
|S39||Blaenavon||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS39P1, WS39L8|
|S40||Abergavenny||Retained||2x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x GPV||WS40P1, WS40P2, WS40L8, WS40T1|
|S41||Monmouth||Retained||2x WrL, 1x L4P||WS41P1, WS41P2, WS41L8|
|S42||Usk||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P||WS42P1, WS42L8|
|S43||Chepstow||Retained||2x WrL, 1x L4P||WS43P1, WS43P2, WS43L8|
|S44||Caldicot||Retained||1x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x GPV||WS44P1, WS44L8, WS44T1|
|S45||Malpas||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x Wrl, 1x SRU, 1x HRT, 1x WIU+IrbT*, 1x GPV||WS45P1, WS45R5, WS45R1, WS45T1, WS45T7, WS45T8, WS45T9, WS45B1|
|S46||Maindee||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x ALP, 1x WrC 1 x RRIU||WS46P1, WS46A4, WS46W7 WS46R3, WS46S3|
|S47||Duffryn||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x IRU*||WS47P1, WS47H9|
|S49||Whitchurch||Wholetime/Cross Crewed*||1x WrL, 1x L4P, 1x FoT*, 1x DIM||WS49P1, WS49L8, WS49S6, WS49S1, WS49T3 WS47H8|
|S50||Roath||Wholetime||1x WrL||WS50P1 2XGPV, FireCadetAppliance|
|S51||Cardiff Central||Wholetime||2x WrL, 1x ALP, 1x GPV||WS51P1, WS51P2, WS51A4, WS51T1|
|S52||Ely||Wholetime||1x WrL, 1x HRT, 1x GPV||WS52P1, WS52R5, WS52T1|
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