Fife Fire Brigade came into operation on the 16th May, 1948 under the Fire Services Act, 1947 covering the county of Fife and the burghs of Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. The Brigade continued until Regionalisaton on 16th May, 1975 when it retained the same name and area but came under Fife Regional Council instead of theFife Fire Area Joint Committee.
1970 to 1975 Strathore Road, Thornton, Kirkcaldy, KY1 4DF
1948 to 1954
Firemaster W.H.Moore MBE KPFSM
1954 to 1964 Firemaster A.J.Greenslade MBE GIFireE
1964 to 1967 Firemaster P.Watters MIFireE
1967 to 1971 Firemaster T.N.Watkins MIFireE
1971 to 1975 Firemaster F.Partington FIFireE
|Kirkcaldy||WT/RT||Retained disbanded 1975||Kirkcaldy||WT|
|Dunfermline||WT/RT||Retained disbanded 1975||Dunfermline||WT|
|Methil||WT/RT||Retained disbanded 1960||Methil||WT|
|Markinch||RT||Closed 1973 Replaced by Glenrothes||Glenrothes||WT|
|St. Andrews||RT||St. Andrews||RT|
|St. Monance||RT||St. Monance||RT|
Lieut. Col. M. E. Lindsay, Craigfoddie,
Deputy Lieutenant of Fife, attended Wednesday's meeting of Fife Fire Area Joint
Committee in Cupar to present the King's Police and Fire Service Medal to
Firemaster W. H. Moore.
(The St Andrews Citizen, Saturday, September 27, 1952. Page 8)
Two separate Auxiliary Fire Service stations also operated at Kirkcaldy (Beverage Park) and Auchtermuchty (Stathmiglo) at various times during the 1956-1966 period.
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