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Great Holm Fire Station

The station, which was officially opened on 1 December 1989, has a complement of two fire engines and a turntable ladder. It covers a wide area from Stony Stratford in the north to Furzton in the south. The station also covers Central Milton Keynes and provides back-up fire engines to Bletchley.

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Great Holm Fire Station
Haddon, Great Holm,
Milton Keynes, MK8 9HP
United Kingdom

Drill Nights
Drill nights for Great Holm Fire Station’s On-Call firefighters are held on Thursdays, starting at 7pm.

Staff at Great Holm are actively involved in a range of community safety initiatives, including Home Fire Risk Checks. The station also takes part in road safety initiatives.

A “hot” fire training facility has been developed at the station. This not only helps train its own firefighters, but also those from other stations within Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. The facility is also used to educate the community on how accidental fires occur and how they can be avoided.

Station Commander
Graham Freer

GreatHolm Rescue Pump Volvo

Rescue Pump | Volvo | Registration number KX17MXF | Registered 2017

GreatHolm Rescue Pump MAN

Rescue Pump | MAN | Registration number OU66LXA | Registered 2016

GreatHolm Turntable Ladder Scania

Turntable Ladder | Scania | Registration number  KX64CDE | Registered January 2015