Leighton Buzzard Community Fire Station Leighton Buzzard Community Fire Station was built in 1963 and is home to day crew and on-call firefighters. Our on-call firefighters live or work within six minutes of the station and respond to a bleeper when needed. The station serves Leighton Buzzard, Linslade and the surrounding villages as well as supporting colleagues across the county. One of our Fire Cadet units are based here, meeting weekly during school term times on a Thursday between 19:00 – 21:00. Get more information about joining our Fire Cadets here. Since 2017 officers from Bedfordshire Police have also been based at the station although we do not have a public inquiry desk. If you require the Police please call 999 in an emergency or 101 for other inquiries. 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.