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Chesham Fire Station

Chesham is an old, expanding, market town. It has both new and established industry. It is situated in the valley, between the A413 and the A41, about 10 miles south-east of Aylesbury. The area served by the fire station includes large areas of woodland, farmland, a main line rail station and major roads.


Bellingdon Road,
United Kingdom

Drill Nights

Drill nights are held on Tuesdays, starting at 6.30pm.

The ‘new’ station opened in November 1994 and currently houses a Rescue Pump crewed by On-Call staff who respond to incidents from their ‘normal’ jobs working in the local community.

The staff have a long-standing and proactive involvement in community fire safety, including Home Fire Safety Visits for those at greatest risk from fire, and visits to the fire station by local groups.

The station has close links with the other emergency services, particularly South-Central Ambulance Service, to ensure all staff are kept abreast of the latest practical skills and procedures.

Would you like to find out more about becoming an On-Call Firefighter?

Click on the following link: What is an On-Call firefighter, or contact the Station Commander giving as much information about yourself as possible.

Station Commander
Paul Henderson

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Rescue Pump | Scania | Registration number KX57TWK | Registered 2008

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