30: Winchester Fire Station
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Winchester: 30

Winchester Group

This section contains the Group Manager's Office for Winchester.

Address

Easton Lane
Winnall
Winchester
Hampshire
SO23 0LF


Drill Night

Retained duty system members drill on a Wednesday 1900 - 2200 hours

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Incidents of Interest

  1. Incident in the last 24 hrsThirty-five firefighters tackle blaze in Aldershot 22/02/2020Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service received a call at 15:23 regarding an incident in High Street, Aldershot. Six appliances attended carrying crews from Rushmoor, Basingstoke and Fleet. A cross border response was co-ordinated with Surrey Fire and Rescue Service. The fire involved the ground and first floor of an un-used commercial property. No casualties were reported at the scene. Thirty-five firefighters used eighteen breathing apparatus, three jets, two hose reels, one thermal...
  2. Recent incidentAccidental roof fire requires cross-border response20/02/202050 firefighters from across Rushmoor, Basingstoke, Yateley, HQ, Eastleigh, Tadley, Alresford, Petersfield, and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service were mobilised to a domestic fire on Cranmore Lane in Aldershot early this morning. On arrival, smoke and flames were seen issuing from the roof space of the three-storey detached property. All the occupants had evacuated the building and the road was closed whilst emergency service vehicles worked. By 04:00 the roof was fully involved in the...
  3. Recent incidentHampshire firefighters battle Shirley building blaze10/02/2020More than 70 firefighters from across Hampshire tackled a large fire near Shirley High Street. Just before 6pm yesterday evening crews from Redbridge, St Mary’s, Hightown, Romsey, Totton, Fareham, Lyndhurst, Botley, Winchester, Eastleigh, Hythe, Lymington and Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to Victor Street in Southampton. On arrival they found a disused social club well alight before using breathing apparatus, jets, hose reels and the aerial ladder platform to...
  4. Recent incidentOver 50 people evacuated after garage fire in Aldershot04/02/2020More than 60 firefighters and 14 fire engines from Hampshire, Royal Berkshire and Surrey fire and rescue services were called to a commercial garage fire on Elms Road, Aldershot early this morning (4 February). On arrival, crews were faced with flames and thick smoke as tyres and cars were involved in the blaze within the two-storey workshop. A turntable ladder and two aerial ladder platforms were mobilised for firefighting. Residents of neighbouring properties were evacuated by fire...
  5. Historical incidentBasingstoke firefighters tackle workshop fire which spread to adjoining properties16/01/2020A workshop fire at the back of a property on Pyotts Hill in Basingstoke spread to the roof of two semi-detached houses just before 9AM this morning (16 Jan). Crews from Basingstoke, Odiham, Rushmoor, Tadley and Overton were called to the scene where they utilised the aerial ladder platform to access the roof which was well alight. Firefighters salvaged possessions from inside the houses where fortunately no persons or animals were involved. Eight sets of breathing apparatus, three...
  6. Historical incidentNothing rattles our firefighters…09/01/2020Eastleigh firefighters dash-ed to the rescue after a woman’s pet snake had escaped and was hiding in the dashboard of her car. Having picked up the three-foot albino corn snake from a friend the previous day, the constrictor had slithered from its box whilst being driven home and hid itself within the white Ford Fiesta. The woman attempted to retrieve the animal herself – using a dead mouse to coax it out – before pulling up at the fire station as a last resort. Using a snake-eye...
  7. Historical incidentCrews from across Hampshire battle fire in Aldershot High Street08/01/2020Firefighters from across Hampshire and Surrey were called to a car wash and tyre centre on Aldershot High Street in the early hours of this morning (08 Jan) after a fire had broken out involving tyres and cylinders. Crews from Rushmoor, Guildford, Farnham, Fleet, Camberley, Basingstoke, HQ, and Alton brought the fire under control and extinguished it using CAFS (compressed air foam system), four jets, two hose reels, 12 breathing apparatus’, and tactical ventilation. The building was...
  8. Historical incidentMore than 60 firefighters tackle thatched roof fire in Hampshire village05/01/2020Crews from both Hampshire and Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service were called just before 6pm last night (05 Jan) to the house in Hartley Wespall near Hook. With the first floor and roof of the two-storey building well alight the incident was made ‘Pumps 10’ as more resources were required. No casualties were involved in the blaze as fire appliances came from Basingstoke, Hartley Wintney, Odiham, Tadley, Rushmoor, Overton, Winchester, St Mary's as well as Berkshire alongside...
  9. Historical incidentControl operators provide life saving advice during Portsmouth blaze 04/01/2020Control room operators provided fire survival guidance before firefighters arrived to help residents escape a fire in Portsmouth. Hampshire Fire Control received a call at 3.20am reporting a ground floor fire in a building consisting of flats on Fountain Street. Crews from Southsea, Cosham and Portchester were mobilised to the incident as the call handler supplied fire survival advice over the phone to the residents. The fire involving bins in a stairwell of the three-storey...


Schools Coverage

  • All Saints C of E Primary
  • Cheriton Primary
  • Colden Common Primary
  • Compton All Saints C of E Primary
  • Harestock Primary
  • Itchen Abbas Primary
  • John Keble C of E Primary
  • Kingsworthy Primary
  • Olivers Battery Primary
  • Osborne Special
  • Otterbourne C of E Primary
  • Owslebury Primary
  • Princes Mead
  • Shepherds Down School
  • Sparsholt C of E Primary
  • St Bedes Catholic primary
  • Stanmore Primary
  • The Pilgrims School
  • Weeke Primary
  • Western Primary
  • Winnall Primary


Note: This list is not exhaustive, but reflects the schools we have visited in the last 18 months. As more visits are carried out, the list of school will change to reflect that.