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Beaconsfield Fire Station

Beaconsfield Fire Station’s firefighting and rescue appliances comprise a rescue pump and fire boat crewed by wholetime firefighters and a water tender crewed by On-Call firefighters.

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Beaconsfield Fire Station
2 Skelton Close,
Beaconsfield, HP9 1EA
United Kingdom

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

The station is committed to the safety of the Beaconsfield area and carries out Fire and Wellness Visits for those at greatest risk from fire, demonstrations, attendance at local fetes and Key Stage 2 school visits and structured presentations to put across this message.

Its work includes liaising with groups who are known to be more vulnerable to fires and to give advice and fit smoke alarms where appropriate.

The present station opened in 1976. The area it serves lies between the Chiltern Hills to the north and the River Thames, bordering Royal Berkshire, to the south.

Beaconsfield is a market town set in the commuter belt. The surrounding areas are predominantly rural, and include Burnham, Taplow, Jordans, Seer Green, Wooburn Green, Wooburn Moor, Bourne End, Penn, Loudwater, Flackwell Heath, Hedgerley, Farnham Common and Farnham Royal. The principal life risk is the M40 motorway.

Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service’s Urban Search and Rescue team was based at Beaconsfield Fire Station from 2005 until March 2009, when it moved to its permanent new home at Aylesbury Fire Station.

Station Commander
Stuart Grosse

Beaconsfield Rescue Pump Scania

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

Beaconsfield Rescue Pump Volvo

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

Beaconsfield Water Rescue Unit Mercedes

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