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New Fire Service numbers


Added 21 January 2016


The headquarters of the Barbados Fire Service at Probyn Street, The City. (Picture by Christoff Griffith)

MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC are asked to note that the telephone numbers for the Barbados Fire Service will change with effect from Friday, January 22.

The new PBX number will be 535-7800; 

★ Bridgetown Fire Station, 535-7824; 

★ St. John Fire Station, 535-7840; 

★ Arch Hall Fire Station, 535-7876; 

★ St James Fire Station, 535-7847; 

★ Airport Fire Station, 535-7865; 

★ Worthing Fire Station, 535-7868; 

★ Fire Prevention & Code Enforcement Unit, 535-7829; 

★ Barbados Fire Academy at 535-7884.

However, the fax number remains the same, 435-0794.

Persons may also contact the emergency number at 311 as usual in cases of emergency. (PR)


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