Deddington fire station

Deddington fire station

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

Area West Cherwell
On Call Part time
Drill night Tuesday
Station Manager Don Crook
On Call officer in charge Chris Fenemore
Retained station support officer Dan Hicks
Appliance One rescue engine

 

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 - November 2015

This month has again been a busy one for the fire station and the fire crew that work here. The crew have been hard at work attending and training for the various types of incidents that they attend.

It was good to see little disturbance by Bonfire night this year with most people opting for the professionally managed fire work displays around the north of the county, demonstrating that people are becoming more aware of the dangers of reckless use of fireworks and the consequences it can have, supported by the schools education programme that OFRS have undertaken in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council’s Trading Standards.

Now moving into December and as the days get shorter and colder you will be turning up the heat to keep warm over the winter months. Visit www.365alive.co.uk for tips and advice to keep safe through the Festive period.

Location

Deddington fire station
Banbury Road
OX15 0TN Deddington

Performance information

Station incident figures

Take care whilst in the kitchen

Pans on a cooker

More than 50% of accidental fires at home are started by cooking. Hazards including naked flames and people becoming distracted all contributing to making the room the least safe in the home.

Many kitchen fires happen when people are not paying attention or leave things unattended. Take a look at our top tips to help you stay safe in the kitchen.


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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