Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service
|Facilities and equipment|
Created in 1948 from a number of smaller more local fire brigades, until 1997 the service was a division of Wiltshire County Council. After 1997, when the Borough of Swindon was separated from the county of Wiltshire to become a new unitary authority, the service was administered by a combined fire authority of thirteen members, nine appointed by Wiltshire Council and four by Swindon Borough Council, called the Wiltshire and Swindon Combined Fire Authority. The members were appointed annually.
With effect from 1 April 2016, the service was merged into the new Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service.
|Amesbury||Day duty hub and on-call||Two fire engines, water/animal rescue|
|Bradford-On-Avon||On-call||One fire engine|
|Calne||On-call||One fire engine|
|Chippenham||Day crewed and on-call||Two fire engines, emergency support unit, water/rope rescue, rescue boat|
|Corsham||On-call||Two fire engines|
|Cricklade||On-call||One fire engine, New Dimension unit|
|Devizes||Day duty hub and on-call||Two fire engines, emergency support unit|
|Ludgershall||On-call||One fire engine, 4x4 pump|
|Malmesbury||On-call||One fire engine|
|Marlborough||Day duty hub and on-call||Two fire engines|
|Melksham||On-call||One fire engine|
|Mere||On-call||One fire engine|
|Pewsey||On-call||One fire engine, water carrier|
|Ramsbury||On-call||One fire engine, water carrier|
|Salisbury||Wholetime and on-call||Two fire engines, aerial appliance, operational support unit|
|Stratton||Wholetime and on-call||Two fire engines, incident command vehicle, water/animal rescue|
|Swindon||Wholetime and on-call||Two fire engines, aerial appliance, operational support unit|
|Tisbury||On-call||One fire engine|
|Trowbridge||Day crewed and on-call||Two fire engines, emergency support unit, water/rope rescue|
|Warminster||On-call||Two fire engines, New Dimension unit|
|Westbury||On-call||One fire engine, 4x4 pump|
|Westlea, Swindon||Day crewed||One fire engine, New Dimension unit|
|Wilton||On-call||One fire engine, water carrier|
|Wootton Bassett||On-call||One fire engine, water carrier|
Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service worked in partnership with the South Western Ambulance Service to provide emergency medical cover to parts of Wiltshire. These were areas that had been identified as having a greater need for ambulance cover. The aim of a co-responder team was to preserve life until the arrival of either a Rapid Response Vehicle (RRV) or an ambulance. Co-responder vehicles were equipped with oxygen and automatic external defibrillation (AED) equipment.
- "The Wiltshire Fire Services (Combination Scheme) Order 1996". Statutory Instrument. legislation.gov.uk. Retrieved 25 August 2016.
- "Combined Fire Authority". Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service.