melton fire station

Contact Details

  • Nottingham Road, Melton, Leicestershire, LE13 0NP


  • 1 x fire engine with pump rescue ladder
  • 1 x fire engine with water ladder
  • 1 x charity vehicle

List of community facilities

  • The lecture room and other rooms within the building are available for community use via pre-booking.




The new station was opened on 7 October 2013, by Councillor Stephen Corrall, following demolition and refurbishment of the old station on the same site. Personnel from the station attend a full range of incident types, with road traffic collisions being the most prevalent. Historical research notes: ‘From the earliest records, Melton Town Estate had supplied the fire engines and paid the firemen’ in Melton, until this century’. ‘In 1868 the Estate agreed to purchase a new small hand fire engine and with this new engine came a new agreement with the firemen and in 1891 it stated the following: “We the undersigned agree to act as firemen under the direction of the town wardens, and to practice with the engine not less than four times each year.”’ Source: Melton Times, Thursday 20 February, 2014.

Duty/Crewing at station

Wholetime and On-Call

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