Contact Details

  • Lancaster Place Lancaster Road Leicester LE1 7HB


  • Pump Rescue Ladder
  • Pump Water Ladder
  • Ariel Ladder Platform (ALP)
  • General purpose Van

List of community facilities

  • Krefeld community meeting room


Leicester City Centre


Central Fire and Rescue Station was built between 1925 and 1927, officially opening in July 1927. A major refurbishment of the station was completed in 2010. The station is a listed building. The station covers Leicester city centre and all of the major risk within the city. The stations attends a variety of incidents from high-rise incidents, domestic dwelling fires to road traffic incidents.

Duty/Crewing at station


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1 week ago
Achieved gold standard in National Breathing Apparatus Challenge 2018 @FSCmoreton finished in top 8 of 24 teams. Great performance by the team. It was hard work, but a fantastic experience, thanks @NBACuk #professional #teamwork https://t.co/eFFMWLBiHh LFRS_Central photo
1 month ago
Always a poignant day attending the @FireMemTrust annual service at St. Paul’s. Privileged to be with Julie and Sophie Reid in memory of their husband and father Ian Reid who died at Atherstone on Stour with his 3 @WarksFireRescue colleagues. RIP Ian, John, Ashley and Darren. https://t.co/aUnXtAIse8 LFRS_Central photo
1 month ago
Breathing Apparatus training for @LFRS_Central and @LFRSKibworth tonight. Complex building layouts and several teams committed #training #neverstoplearning https://t.co/BiWzTEBcv4 LFRS_Central photo
1 month ago
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