Dunblane’s fire station is located on Anderson Street, and the town is served by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service's East of Scotland HQ.
The fire station in Dunblane has been operating since April 1954, but was refurbished and extended in 1994. The Station Manager has responsibility for the station and its crew of seven retained firefighters, two Crew Managers and a Watch Manager. There is one fire appliance stationed in Dunblane, along with a 4x4 vehicle that tows an off-road all-terrain vehicle.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service provides free home fire safety checks. For further details, please visit their website at www.firescotland.gov.uk where you can find lots of useful advice on fire safety and prevention, plus details of the Dunblane station.
Remember, for all emergencies, dial 999.