Luton Community Fire Station Luton Community Fire Station was built in 1956 and its firefighters are ready 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to protect the communities across the town and the surrounding area. It is home to 60 of Bedfordshire’s Fire Fighters and it’s the largest and busiest Station in Bedfordshire. It has two rescue pumps and the Luton Aerial Platform which enables firefighters to fight fires from above. It is also the base of the Southern Area Office where members of the Prevention and Protection teams are based. One of our Fire Cadet units are based here, meeting weekly during school term times on a Tuesday between 19:00 – 21:00. Get more information about joining our Fire Cadets here. The East of England Ambulance Service have an ambulance and paramedics based here. If you need them please call 999 for assistance. Read our Station Plan. Facebook activity 20th May 2019 "Water damage is NOT as bad as fire damage. Typical sprinklers discharge 55 litres per minute compared to a firefighting..." View on Facebook 20th May 2019 "Sprinklers act as a first respondent to fire in your home or business property. Sprinklers, together with smoke alarms provide..." View on Facebook 17th May 2019 "Advice for motorcyclists. Check brake pads and chain. Worn chains and brake pads can be easily checked prior to use..." View on Facebook Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script.