There will be a march from the Haworth Fire Station at 1pm today, as campaigners aim to prevent its closure.
It was originally due to close two years ago but is now due to shut on New Year's Eve.
"We continue to work with representatives from Haworth Parish Council and other potential partners to identify if it's feasible for the fire station to be used as a community facility."
An elderly female was treated for smoke inhalation and two properties had to be evacuated after a blaze last night in Liversedge.
The fire started in an outbuilding in Fairfield Court yesterday evening but spread to an adjacent property. Fire crews from Cleckheaton and Dewsbury tackled the blaze. Two nearby properties were evacuated due to a suspected gas leak.
A nine-year-old boy and his father have been killed in a suspicious house fire in South Yorkshire.
Darren Sykes and son Paul were found in the house in Penistone, near Barnsley last night. Mr Sykes' older son, twelve-year-old Jack is in a critical condition in hospital.
Although police believe the fire was started deliberately they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident. David Hirst reports
There are reports of a large fire west of Sleaford just off the A15.
Straw fire near Sleaford. This has been waiting to happen for months with the amount of straw stored in the area. http://t.co/tBhX6nByp9
West Yorkshire fire crews have been called out to a recycling plant at Knowsthorpe Way, Cross Green, Leeds at 3.30am this morning.
Six fire appliances are on the scene. A spokesman says the blaze involves a recycling machine. It has then spread to the building which is150m x 100m. 2 jets and 1 ground monitor are n use.
The hose laying unit is en route from Mirfield. Appliances from Gipton, Leeds and Hunslet are attending.
03:08 - 8 pumps, CSU & 1 ALP in attendance at a commercial premises on fire in Kenwick, Louth. Further updates to follow.
The Barnsley East MP Michael Dugher has posted a message on Twitter praising the fire crews who fought the blaze at the warehouse of online retailer ASOS.
South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue says the fire at the main warehouse of online retailer ASOS is now out. One fire engine remains at the scene at Little Houghton, Barnsley with thermal imaging cameras to ensure the fire does not reignite.
More than 60 firefighters have been tackling a large blaze at the main warehouse of the online fashion retailer ASOS. The fire broke out at the clothing warehouse in Little Houghton, Grimethorpe, near Barnsley, shortly before 10pm on Friday.
Nobody was hurt, but the firm, one of Britain's biggest online retailers, has taken down its website.
Fortunately nobody was hurt but we are unable to take any orders until we can ascertain the extent of the damage. Sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused.
South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue said multiple teams of firefighters, including three crews drafted in from neighbouring West Yorkshire, fought the blaze, which is thought to have broken out on the second floor of the five storey building, before spreading to the third and fourth floors.
Fire crews tackling a hugh fire at a wood chipping plant in South Yorkshire say they will remain on scene fighting the blaze for the foreseeable future.
It is almost a week since the blaze in Peninstone broke out. The Environment Agency say they are monitoring rivers and streams in the area over fear of contamination.