East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service

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East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service
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East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service area
Coverage
Area East Sussex, City of Brighton & Hove
Size 1,792 km2 (692 sq mi)
Population 752,900
Operations
HQ Eastbourne
Staff ~800
Stations 24
Co-responder no
Chief Fire Officer Des Prichard
Deputy Chief Fire Officer Gary Walsh
Fire authority East Sussex Fire Authority
Website East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service

The East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service is the statutory fire and rescue service for the county of East Sussex and city of Brighton and Hove. It is funded via the Council Tax.

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service has 24 fire stations.

Fire Stations[edit]

East Sussex Wholetime[edit]

East Sussex Wholetime / Retained[edit]

East Sussex Retained[edit]

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Other East Sussex Emergency Services[edit]