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  • Coalville Fire & Rescue Station, Broad St Coalville, Leicestershire LE67 3PU


  • 1 x Pump Rescue Ladder
  • 1 x Water Ladder
  • 1 x Hazardous material and environmental protection unit.
  • 1 x Off-road Fire Fogging unit
  • 1 x Station Van


North West Leicestershire District.


The original fire and rescue station in Broad Street, Coalville, was opened in November 1965. This served the community of Coalville for almost fifty years years, until it became necessary for a more modern building to suit current fire and rescue activities. The new fire and rescue station that stands on the site now was constructed recently and officially opened by Councillor Steve Corral in November 2014. Coalville attends a wide variety of emergency calls, including fires, road traffic collisions, animal rescues, flooding, environmental pollution incidents and countless other emergency special service calls. Coalville has 12 wholetime members of staff who work the Day Crewing Plus duty system, as well as a number of On-Call firefighters who attend the station on a pager, and fit their service around home life and jobs. In addition, there is also the Emergency First Responding capability on station as well as a District Manager who has responsibility for all stations in North West Leicestershire, together with a part-time administrative assistant.

Duty/Crewing at Station

Day Crewing Plus and On-Call

On-Call Portrait - Female

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Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service Coalville Station
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Firefighters dedicate their lives to the protection of life and property. Sometimes that dedication is in the form of countless hours volunteered over many years, in others it is many selfless years working in the industry. In all cases it risks the ultimate sacrifice of a firefighter’s life.

International Firefighters’ Day (IFFD) is a time where the world’s community can recognise and honour the sacrifices that firefighters make to ensure that their communities and environment are as safe as possible. It is also a day in which current and past firefighters can be thanked for their contributions.

International Firefighters’ Day is observed each year on 4th May. On this date you are invited to remember the past firefighters who have died while serving our community or dedicated their lives to protecting the safety of us all. At the same time, we can show our support and appreciation to the firefighters world wide who continue to protect us so well throughout the year.
Please observe a minutes silence at 12pm on 4th May.

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