Lyndhurst Fire Station
Purple Pin

Lyndhurst: 48

New Forest Group

Address

Southampton Road
Lyndhurst
SO43 7BQ

Watch Manager

Lee Cintra

Station Manager

Paul Reddish

Drill Night

Thursday 1900 - 2200 hours

Co-Responders

Did you know that firefighters at this station receive extra training to provide a medical response, along with the ambulance service, to life-threatening incidents in their local community.

Group Manager's Office

The Group Manager's Office can be contacted for general enquiries only. For all emergency calls, you must dial 999.

Group Manager: Steve Ash 
email: steve.ash@hantsfire.gov.uk

Events Near You

Vehicles at this station

Vehicle information for Lyndhurst is currently being updated.

Incidents of Interest

  1. Recent incidentAbout 70 firefighters tackle Titchfield workshop fire02/06/2019Firefighters tackled a large workshop fire for almost seven hours. Eight fire engines plus support vehicles and relief crews extinguished the blaze at Laveys Lane in Titchfield today. About 70 firefighters were involved and used an aerial ladder platform, jets and hose reels. The crews involved included those from Fareham, Hightown, Southsea, Portchester, Cosham, Eastleigh, Hamble, Gosport, Romsey, Bordon and Andover. The incident started at 12.53 and ended at 19.42.
  2. Recent incidentFirefighters tackle large Hazeley Heath fire.23/05/2019The fire involved twelve hectares of woodland and gorse. We were called at 17:27 on the 23rd May. There were fifty firefighters in attendance at the height of the fire from across Hampshire, Royal Berkshire and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service. Ten pumps, twenty litres of CAFS (Compressed Air Foam Solution), two Land Rovers, six jets, multiple knapsack pumps and beaters were used to tackle the blaze. Two pumps remained overnight to watch the area. The stop message was received...
  3. Recent incidentThree adults rescued from a late-night kitchen fire in Gosport. 21/05/2019Firefighters from Gosport, Fareham and Hightown were called to the property on North Cross Street after a smoke detector raised the alarm. Crews rescued one person from the window at the front of the building with two occupants rescued from the roof of property. Four sets of breathing apparatus, two hose reels, one jet, ladders and tactical ventilation were used. The three casualties were treated for smoke inhalation at the scene by SCAS but weren’t required to go to...
  4. Historical incidentFire at Warsash car dealership03/05/2019A dozen firefighters have tackled a blaze in a Southampton car dealership this morning. Two vehicles were destroyed by the fire while two more were damaged. Two sets of breathing apparatus and two hose reel jets were used to extinguish the fire. Crews from Hightown and Fareham attended the scene in Warsash Road. The stop message was at 06:12. A joint investigation is being carried out by HFRS and Hampshire Constabulary.
  5. Historical incidentHuge lorry blaze near Andover02/05/2019Emergency services were called after a lorry burst into flames. About 20 firefighters attended the blaze, at Hurstbourne Priors, from Andover, Whitchurch and Alton. Three engines and support vehicles were used along with six sets of breathing apparatus, three jets and foam. The fire spread to the thatched roof of a bus stop. South Central Ambulance Service also attended. The incident, near Andover, closed the road. The stop message was at 18:10.
  6. Firefighters tackle large Farnborough flat blaze08/02/2019Crews have tackled a large fire in South Street, Farnborough. We were called at 09:23 today to a fire involving eight flats. There are 10 engines and specialist vehicles including an aerial ladder platform. Everyone is safe and accounted for. Crews used 32 sets of breathing apparatus, four main jets, two hose reel jets and covering jets. The stop message was at 13:49.
  7. Firefighters tackle Ocado warehouse blaze05/02/2019The Ocado warehouse blaze in Andover is now under control. More than 200 firefighters were involved in tackling the fire which broke out at 2.44am on February 5 and was declared a major incident. Four firefighters were been treated for minor smoke inhalation. An evacuation was carried out to a distance of 500 metres around the site. This has now been lifted. The roads around are the site are also now open, although firefighting operations continue. Teams from HFRS have been...
  8. Trapped male rescued from house fire, following survival advice from control04/02/2019Rushmoor crews were called to a house fire on Sidlaws Road in Farnborough in the early hours of this morning (04 February), after the resident reported the fire to our control room. Control operators provided fire safety survival advice to the male occupant from the first call until the crews arrived at the scene and successfully rescued him. The casualty suffered from smoke inhalation and was given immediate emergency care by crews before being taken onto hospital by ambulance. The...