Stockhill Fire Station


Fact File

Stockhill Lane,
Contact Number:
0115 838 8100
Contact Email:
Year of Build:
Crew Type:
Fire engine x2
Environmental protection unit x1
Red Cross support vehicle x1

About Us

Based on Stockhill Lane in Basford, and affectionately known by the crew as 'Station 20', Stockhill Fire Station is a wholetime station that forms part of Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service City Group, which also includes London Road Fire Station.

The station has two Fire Engines and is also home to the Environmental Protection Unit (EPU). All three vehicles are staffed 24-hours a day, 365-days a year by crews from four Watches (Red, White, Blue and Green) working 12-hour shifts. Each Watch consists of one Watch Manager, two Crew Managers and nine Firefighters. Including the Station Manager are 49 staff at Stockhill Fire Station.

Stockhill covers the following areas:

Aspley, Basford, Beechdale, Berridge, Bestwood, Bilborough, Broxtowe, Bulwell, Bulwell  Forest, Cinderhill, City, Highbury Vale, Leen Valley, Moor Bridge, Nuthall, Sherwood North, Strelley, Whitemoor, Wollaton West,  the M1 Motorway from Junction 25 to 28, and provides support to other crews in Eastwood, Watnall, Kimberley and Hucknall.

At large scale incidents, or incidents involving chemicals, spillages or flooding requiring environmental protection, Stockhill resources can be mobilised anywhere within the County.

Stockhill Fire Station recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and are proud to have served the local community over the last 50 years, attending well over 120,000 calls in this time



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