St. Albans Rural Fire Brigade
Located within the St Albans village is the local branch of
New South Wales Rural Fire Service.
This is manned by volunteers drawn from the valley and is a focal point for village activities.
The St. Albans Fire Shed as it stands today.
All things are achievable in time, and on Saturday, 20th. May 1995,
Hawkesbury Mayor, Councillor Rex Stubbs and Deputy Mayor, Brian Keegan,
journeyed to St Albans to officially open the shed at 4 PM. As those
were in attendance will remember, it was a rollicking good night
on by the country music supplied by the band 'The Currency Lads', Greg
and Peter's legendary culinary efforts with spit roasted beef and
usual well organised catering, ably supported contributions of
sweets and desserts by the women of the Brigade. Now that we have
a tanker and a shed, it might be interesting to reflect a little on the
history that led up to this quite remarkable achievement by our
Click Here for the full history of our Brigade.
Important Fire Saftey
from our Shed.
Select from below.
Season & Fire Bans In force.
Bush Fire readyness checklist.
Home safety checklist.
Personal & Pets checklist.
Protecting rural properties.
LP Gas and safety.
BBQ's and Campfires.
The Rural Fire Service Association and RFS Shop
Brief Summary of the Xmas 2001 Bushfires around St Albans
New South Wales Rural Fire Service
International Association of Fire Fighters
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