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Newbury Fire Station

Newbury Fire Station has been located at Hawthorn Road in Newbury since 5 December 1956, with historic records suggesting there has been a fire brigade of some description serving the area and its surroundings since the early 1900s.

The wholetime station has two fire appliances which respond to a wide range of incidents including road traffic collisions, industrial accidents, property fires, flooding, rescuing people from water, mud and ice as well as animal rescues.

Firefighters hone their skills in a specialist training block on the site which can recreate different scenarios and dangers with moveable walls and obstacles.

Crew Type
2x Volvo FL8 fire engine, 2x Fiat Ducato vans
Hawthorn Road, Newbury, England, RG14 1LD, United Kingdom
Newbury Fire Station does not have step free access to the whole site. There is a fully accessible toilet at the station.