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Broughton Fire Station

Broughton Fire Station opened in 1977. It covers a varying amount of risks, including the city centre and Milton Keynes University Hospital. The station also provides support to Cranfield airport, a large number of housing estates, and a significant section of the M1 motorway. The rescue pump is also used as back-up to the other fire stations in Milton Keynes – West Ashland, Newport Pagnell and Olney.

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Broughton Fire Station
H6 Childs Way,
Milton Keynes, MK10 9AP
United Kingdom

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

Away from the operational element of the job, a major role of the modern firefighter is the mitigation of all types of incident. The station personnel are heavily involved in local initiatives to reduce fire deaths and injuries.

Broughton Fire Station has been shortlisted for four charity awards in the national Spirit of Fire Awards since 2010 because of its work to support The Fire Fighters Charity.

Station Commander
Kevin Bamford

Broughton Rescue Pump Volvo

Rescue Pump | Volvo | Registration number KP67HYM | Registered 2018

Broughton Rescue Pump Scania

Rescue Pump | Scania | Registration number KX59JHH | Registered 2009

Broughton Operational Support Unit Mercedes

Operational Support Unit | Mercedes | Registration number OU10EDR | Registered October 2010