- 1 x fire engine with water ladder
- 1 x Tactical Response Vehicle
List of community facilities
- The lecture room and other rooms within the building are available for community use via pre-booking.
Rutland and covers to the border with Northamptonshire.
It is thought that the first known fire and rescue station (when horses were in use) was originally in the Market Place. The location was then moved to North Street, before being moved to its present location on Ayston Road. It is thought the present station was built in the 1950’s. Personnel from the station attend a full range of incident types, with road traffic collisions being the most prevalent.
Duty/Crewing at station
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Not long to wait now until the UCC Fire Relief sportive, taking place tomorrow!
Registration is open at UCC now until 6:00pm, Wild Dog Events are ready to welcome you. Or you can register tomorrow morning from 8:00am (remember your face masks and your completed disclaimer!) https://t.co/zi4uBSG4xJ
RT @lfrsuppingham: https://t.co/7Q67GbXEkD Firefighters from #Uppingham station walked around #Rutland Water in full fire kit & BA sets. This is being completed by 3 of our fittest operational #firefighters in aid of @firefighters999 https://t.co/iJZqcG3kZD