Hehe - like the Rye Hill one. I always wondered that, too. Preumably the modern new fire and rescue service serves the community, unlike the frowsty old pre-200 service which, er, ...What the hell is a community fire station anyway? Saw one being built in Bedlington the other day.
Actually, it is probably Newspeak for 'PFA-financed fire station'. They couldn't very well call it 'Fire station which will bleed the community white for several decades to fill the pockets of our political masters' chums in the construction industry' - wouldn't fit on the sign. So, 'Community Fire Station'. Simples.