Fire Stations

Hungerford Fire Station
Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) provides cover 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from 16 fire stations across the county of Berkshire, ranging from Langley and Slough in the east to Lambourn and Hungerford in the west.

Fire stations are crewed by a mix of wholetime (full-time) and on-call (retained) firefighters dependent on the risk determined for each area. Fire stations are crewed by a rotating watch duty system of operational personnel, where these watches work the following:

  • Two days of 9am to 6pm 
  • Two nights of 6pm to 9am
  • Four days off-duty

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Lambourn is a retained station, which currently has seven dedicated firefighters that protect the rural village and outlying areas. 
The firefighters that serve Lambourn have worked on various incidents. One that is remembered and highly honoured amongst the crew is the Plymouth Blitz of April 1941, during this incident a crew of five from Lambourn attended for over 45 hours. 
In 1974, the fire station was rebuilt into the building seen today.
Crew Type
1x fire engine, 1x LandRover 4×4
Newbury Street, Lambourn, Berkshire, RG17 8YT
Lambourn Fire Station has step free access via the front door. However, there is no fully accessible toilet on site.
Newbury Street
West Berkshire
RG17 8YT
United Kingdom