Overview of Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS)

Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service is an integral part of the County Council and incorporates other community safety related services, such as:

  • Emergency Management;
  • Trading Standards;
  • Coroners; and
  • Safe and Social Driving.

It has a current revenue budget of approximately £16 million.

​The post is based at our site in Quedgeley which co-locates Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service with Gloucestershire Constabulary.

Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service has 21 community fire stations with 33 frontline fire appliances strategically located across Gloucestershire.

The Service has:

  • 170 wholetime firefighters;
  • 216 on call firefighters;
  • 20 control staff; and
  • 44 non-operational staff.

 

Page updated: 20/10/2020 Page updated by: Gloucestershire County Council / Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service

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