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Crowthorne Fire Station

Crowthorne is an on-call (retained) fire station. It has always been crewed by local people. Historically, shop owners and other workers would run from their homes near the High Street at the sound of a siren coming from the station. With the addition of pagers and additional phone lines, crews can come from further afield and the station is still a popular place to work in the community. 
The station is positioned next to Swinley Forest and its firefighters responded to the forest fires of 2011. Many of the station’s callouts today are to undergrowth fires in the woodland surrounding Crowthorne. 
Crowthorne Fire Station has one Volvo FL8 fire appliance for emergency calls and one Dennis Sabre appliance for the Fire Cadets programme. 
There is a Community Room available for members of the public to book at Crowthorne Community Fire Station. To book it, please complete a booking form, which can be found on our Community Rooms page.

Crew Type
1x Volvo FL8, 1x Dennis Sabre fire engines
High Street, Crowthorne, England, RG45 7AP, United Kingdom
Crowthorne Fire Station has step free access to the station (there are no steps). There is no fully accessible toilet in the station’s grounds.