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Beaconsfield Fire Station

Beaconsfield Fire Station was opened in 1976 as a day crewed fire station. It is now a shift station crewed 24 hours a day 365 days of the year.


2 Skelton Close,
United Kingdom

Beaconsfield has two fire appliances, crewed by whole time and On-Call staff and a specialist Water Rescue Unit crewed by the whole time staff.

The area covered by the station stretches from Dorney, Burnham and Farnham Royal in the south of Buckinghamshire and out to Bourne End, Flackwell Heath, Loudwater, Penn, Winchmore Hill, Seer Green and Hedgerly. The area is a mix of urban and rural communities with the town of Beaconsfield at its centre.

The station is committed to the safety of the Beaconsfield and surrounding areas and carries out a variety of public safety, prevention and engagement activities within the area. These include:

  • Fire prevention, engaging with all groups within our community but focusing on our higher risk groups,
  • Water Safety, focusing on the many areas where the public can access water in Buckinghamshire
  • Road safety. With the vast network of fast roads and motorways in our area, activities are carried out to educate and inform the public on road safety.

The crews at Beaconsfield 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 Beaconsfield area, where they gain knowledge of local risks and hazards.

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

Station Commander
Adam Moore

View equipment and engines at this station


Rescue Pump | Scania | Registration number KX57TWL | Registered January 2008

Rescue Pump | Volvo | Registration number OU04FME | Registered May 2004

Water Rescue Unit | Mercedes | Registration number OU10FLP | Registered July 2010

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