In the event of an Emergency, you should always dial 999. Tell the Operator which service you require (Police, Fire or Ambulance).
The East of England Ambulance NHS Trust provides emergency and non-emergency transport services as part of the NHS team in East Anglia. From July 2006, a new ambulance service was formed covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk & Suffolk.
Station Officer Pete Sproxton. 999 service which offers a wide range of search and rescue capabilities including search, mud and water rescues. The teams covering the Woodbridge area are Felixstowe and Shingle Street. HM Coastguard website available by clicking here.
If immediate police presence is required then always dial 999.
In line nationally Suffolk Constabulary have moved over to a new Non Emergency number which is simply 101 (24 hours/day) – from October 2011.
101 will become a national number allowing callers to be connected to the nearest Police Force so if you for instance in Devon and need to contact Police for a non emergency then you do not need to find the local number (until now each force had a different number).
Each call costs 15 pence regardless of time of day or length of call.
Officer in Charge (On-Call Crew): Watch Commander Colin Edrich.
Address: Kings Field Aldeburgh Suffolk IP15 5EJ
- Supported by an On-Call Crew
- Drill night is Monday
- In the North District
Follow the link above for further details about the Station.Suffolk Fire Service is operated by Suffolk County Council
Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service
Telephone 01473 260588
Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station
Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station is an RNLI station located in the town of Aldeburgh in the English county of Suffolk. Wikipedia