State-of-the-art police and fire station officially opened


THE Chairman of the North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority officially opened the Tywyn Police and Fire Station this month.

The common station, located on the Pendre business park, is a fully operational fire and police station.

Work began on the project in February 2015 and was completed in January of this year. The investment modernized the facilities of the former Frankwell Street Fire Station, which had been operational on the same site since the 1960s.

Simon Smith, Fire Chief, said: “The old Tywyn Fire Hall was an old building in dire need of refurbishment. Today we are working more closely with our law enforcement partners, so it made sense for the police and fire and rescue service personnel to operate from the same building.

“The project involved a substantial investment of £ 1.25million and demonstrates the commitment of both organizations to their staff and the local community.”

Arfon Jones, Commissioner for Police and Crime for North Wales, added: “Having new state-of-the-art premises also means that officers and staff have a better working environment, which means that there is a better working environment. which can only be beneficial in providing the best possible service to the local population. community.”

See the full story in this week’s Meirionnydd edition of Cambrian News

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