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Chipping Norton fire station

Chipping Norton fire station

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

Area West Cherwell
On Call Part time
Drill night Wednesday
Station Manager Simon Sumners
On Call officer in charge Kevin Jeffrey
Retained station support officer Deb Lamb
Appliance Two rescue engines


A group of fire fighters standing infront of the church

Earlier this year we were kindly allowed to train at St Mary’s Church. The training involved rescuing a casualty from the tower who had injured themselves whilst carrying out maintenance work on the bells.

Three fire fighters with safety ropes

The crew from Chipping Norton worked closely with the specialist line rescue team based at Kidlington.  A system of lines was set up and the casualty was rescued on a stretcher then lowered through the trap doors in the tower.

A stretcher being lowered through the trap doors in the church tower

The crews gained valuable experience and knowledge from this training and the church some reassurance.



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 or call into your local station on drill night.

We are still looking to fill vacancies at Chipping Norton Fire Station. If you are interested, please call into station and have a chat with Deb Lamb.

Station update - July 2016

Incidents of interest

During July Chipping Norton crews have attended Alarms, Road Traffic Collisions, Vehicle fires, Domestic fires, Commercial fires, Flooding, and helped colleagues from other emergency services.

A 30-tonne lorry caught fire on the A361 London Road near Chipping Norton.

Crews from Chipping Norton were called at around 5pm and arrived on the scene within minutes. They found the cab of lorry carrying aggregate was fully engulfed by fire. Fire fighters wearing breathing apparatus tackled the blaze using high pressure water jets. Due to the size of the fire and the potential for large amounts of diesel that a vehicle of this size can carry, an additional fire engine from Charlbury Fire Station was sent in support.

firefighter hosing down a burnt out lorry

Taster Day

On Saturday 23rd July the crews at Chipping Norton Fire Station hosted a taster day for anyone interested in seeing what it is like to be an On Call Firefighter. There were a variety of activities to try out and hopefully managed to bring out the budding Firefighter from those that came along.


We are still looking to fill vacancies at Chipping Norton Fire Station (On Call crew), so come and join Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, develop new skills and qualities in this highly rewarding career.

If you would like more information please email or call into station and have a chat with Deb Lamb.

Community fire safety

The station continues to work hard to ensure the safety of people in Chipping Norton and the surrounding communities.

There is plenty of great advice on how to keep yourself safe in your own home, just visit for more information.


Chipping Norton fire station
Burford Road
Chipping Norton
United Kingdom

Performance information

Station incident figures

Winter roads

A winter sky, a tree with no leaves and an empty road.

Winter driving can be more stressful on cars and drivers a like. With heavy rain, snow and ice making each journey more difficult and potentially dangerous to you and other road users.

Read our top tips for winter driving.

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.

Safer and wellbeing visits

A safer and wellbeing visit is a free visit to your home to see what we can do to make you safer. We will have a chat with you around improving your health and wellbeing. When we visit we will fit free smoke alarms and offer advice to make you and your family safer at home.

Complete the online form to request a visit.


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