Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service serves a population of more than 800,000 in the South East of England.
The areas we serve
Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service serves:
- Aylesbury Vale
- South Bucks
- Milton Keynes
Become part of our Team
Have you thought of joining us as a Firefighter, or as part of our Support team?
On-Call payment system
Our On-Call Firefighters receive a variety of payments.
The Experience of Apprenticeships
By Station Commander John Robinson As Station Commander working with apprentices has given me tremendous …
Here’s to our Apprentices
As we get ready to welcome 18 new recruits onto our Firefighters apprenticeship scheme we …
Our Fire Stations
To serve the region and help keep the population safe, we operate 19 stations.
Senior Management Team
At midnight on 31 March 1948 the National Fire Service was disbanded, and on 1 April 1948 Buckinghamshire Fire Brigade came into service.
On 1 April 2018, to mark the 70th anniversary, former Station Commander John Bull published “The Evolution of Buckinghamshire Village and Town Fire Brigades Into The Buckinghamshire Fire Brigade.”
John’s 30-year career with Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service started in January 1981 when he became a retained firefighter at Beaconsfield Fire Station.
He became a wholetime firefighter at High Wycombe Fire Station in 1982, transferred back to Beaconsfield in 1989 and worked his way up the ranks to become an ADO (Assistant Divisional Officer, later called Station Manager and now Station Commander) in 2004 before retiring in January 2011.