Banbury fire station

Banbury fire station

General information, map, postal address and quarterly performance update.

Area West Cherwell
Full time 24 hour crewed
On Call Part time
Drill night Tuesday
Station Manager Steven Anderson
On Call Watch Manager Mark O’Connor
Appliance Two rescue engines and a high volume pumping appliance

Banbury Fire Cadets

The cadet unit at Banbury fire station has been running since 2005 and meets on a Thursday evening between 6:30pm and 8:30pm term time only.

The majority of our instructors are whole time firefighters based at Banbury fire station, who bring a wealth of both technical and practical knowledge to the cadet sessions.

Banbury fire cadets get to see many aspects of the fire and rescue service. Banbury fire station offers training facilities others cannot, such as the purpose built smokehouse used for realistic breathing apparatus training.

Whilst there is a serious aspect to the training, the intention is to make all the sessions interesting and with an element of fun.

In addition to the fire cadet training nights, we also hold fundraising events with proceeds helping the Banbury cadet unit and local charities, as well as The Fire Fighters Charity.

Interested?
Find out more on the 365alive.co.uk website

 

Thank you for your support

Thank you to everyone who has kindly donated waste clothes and textiles via the collection banks at our stations.

Fire fighters charity clothing bank

The Fire Fighters Charity runs a successful recycling scheme which provides a valuable source of revenue.

The Firefighters Charity logo

www.firefighterscharity.org.uk

 

A firefighter

Would you like to join the team?

You could receive over £7000 worth of free training that will prepare you to protect and save lives in your community. 

If you are interested please look at the recruitment website www.oncallfirefighter.co.uk or call into your local station on drill night.

Station update

The crews at Banbury have been busy with responding to operational incidents and training this month. A variety of incidents have been successfully dealt with which include a number of road traffic collisions, a chimney fire and a bolt of lightning striking a transformer.

A firefighter watching a video

On the training front the crews have been training on the new incident command guidance that is being rolled out nationally to all fire and rescue services. This guidance is designed to assist our incident commanders on their decision making at incidents and enhance public and firefighter safety.

On the charity front two firefighters from White watch on the station have been hard at work in the saddle of their bikes training in preparation for the John O Groats to Lands End cycle ride. 

JOGLE logo

Fire fighters Adam Whitehead and Morgan Staveley are joining colleagues from other parts of the county including the Chief Fire Officer, to cycle the route over ten days in aid of the firefighter’s charity.  They set off from Scotland on 13 May 2016 and we wish them luck in their quest. 

 

Location

Banbury fire station
Cope Road
Banbury
OX16 2EY
United Kingdom

Performance information

Station incident figures

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A safer place to live

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service is committed to making Oxfordshire a safer place to live, work and visit.

Our 365alive website is full of great advice and safety tips.


Complete a home fire risk check

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging residents to make sure they are fully aware of the fire hazards which commonly exist throughout the home, how to identify them and what to do should a fire occur, by completing a quick online home fire risk check.

 


 

 

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