West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service

The West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service is the statutory fire and rescue service for the administrative county of West Sussex, England. It is part of West Sussex County Council. As of March 2018, the county has 25 fire stations.

West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service logo.jpg
Operational area
CountryEngland
CountyWest Sussex
Agency overview
Employees~1,000
Chief Fire OfficerSabrina Cohen-Hatton
Facilities and equipment
Divisions2
Battalions0
Stations25
Engines35
Platforms2
Rescues3
HAZMAT1
USAR6
Fireboats0
Rescue boats2
Website
www.westsussex.gov.uk/fire-emergencies-and-crime/west-sussex-fire-and-rescue-service/ Edit this at Wikidata
Water ladder appliance

Fire stationsEdit

The service has 25 fire stations, which are operated according to the following crewing systems:

  • Wholetime – full-time firefighters are at the station 24/7 and run on watches which change every 12 hours
  • Retained – on-call retained firefighters are called to the station via pagers. Therefore, they are not always on station
  • Day-manned – full-time firefighters are in the station during the day but not the night

The list below shows each station together with its number and crewing system.[1]

Station number Station name Duty system
46 Arundel Retained
49 Billingshurst Retained
44 Bognor Regis Wholetime / Retained
61 Burgess Hill Day-manned / Retained
42 Chichester Wholetime / Retained
58 Crawley Wholetime
64 East Grinstead Day-manned / Retained
48 East Preston Retained
40 East Wittering Retained
62 Haywards Heath Day-manned / Retained
56 Henfield Retained
59 Horley Training Centre) N/A
53 Horsham Wholetime / Retained
60 Hurstpierpoint Retained
54 Lancing Retained
47 Littlehampton Wholetime / Retained
43 Midhurst Retained
55 Partridge Green Retained
45 Petworth Retained
41 Selsey Retained
57 Shoreham Day-manned / Retained
52 Steyning Retained
50 Storrington Retained
63 Turners Hill Retained
51 Worthing Wholetime / Retained

See alsoEdit

Other West Sussex emergency servicesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fire station". West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. Retrieved 3 May 2021.

External linksEdit