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Amersham Fire Station

Amersham Fire Station was first opened 1953, then redeveloped in 2009.

Amersham Station is currently crewed by two wholetime (full time) watches and an On-Call crew. The wholetime watches crew the 2018 Volvo appliance and the On-Call crew the 2009 Scania appliance.


60 Woodside Rd
United Kingdom

The crews at Amersham are trained to respond to a wide range of incidents, from fires to road traffic collisions to water rescue incidents and many more. The crews will be seen visiting and training at a variety of sites in the Chiltern area, where they gain knowledge of local risks and hazards.

Amersham Fire Station is responsible for community safety and prevention activities in Amersham and the wider Chiltern area and are able to provide advice and guidance to support individuals, families and community groups.

Drill Nights
Drill nights for Amersham Fire Station’s On-Call firefighters are held on Tuesdays, starting at 7.30pm.

This is what the view looked like when the station on the current site in Woodside Road opened in 1953.

Amersham 1953


Below, how it looks today.




Station Commander
Adam Moore

View equipment and engines at this station


Rescue Pump | Volvo | Registration number KP67HYK | Registered 2018

Rescue Pump | Scania | Registration number KX58MXA | Registered March 2009

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