Emergency Services

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To contact the Police from anywhere in the Country:

For non-emergency calls and general enquiries dial:   101

In an emergency, where life is in danger or a crime is in progress, dial:  999.

The non-emergency 101 number is now part of a national system where you are put through to the nearest Police force to the location from which you are ringing.  If you want to speak with a different Police force,  you are given a list of options from which to choose when you ring.


Your Community Police:-

Community Fire Station
Froghall Road(B5053)
ST10 2NA.

If you need any advice on Policing issues contact PC Andy Beresford or one of his colleagues at Ipstones Fire Station;  PC Bridget Kelly, PC Paul Bolam or PCSO Paul Flowers.

For non-emergency matters contact us on 101 asking for your local officers.

If there is no-one in the office you can leave a voicemail message. These are checked every duty day. You can also email Andrew on andrew.beresford@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk

In the event of an emergency you should always ring 999 and even if there are no Ipstones officers available there is continual 24 hour cover from one of our neighbouring stations.

Crime Prevention – telephone 101 and ask for Crime Reduction Dept.


NHS Direct Tel. 0845 4647  http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/

Surgeries serving Alstonefield are as follows:-

Doctors Macleod, Macleod, Curry, Ward & Vose,

Ashbourne Health Centre, Clifton Road Ashbourne, DE6 1DR,

Tel. 01335 230085, www.ashbournehealthcentre.co.uk

Doctors Broom, Ward, Shelly & Maxwell-Jones

The Surgery, Clifton Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1DS

Tel. 01335 300588

Hartington Surgery

Doctors Hurst, Woods & Hugo

Dig Street, Hartington, Buxton, SK17 0AQ,

Tel. 01298 84315


Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service
ST15 0BS
Tel. 08451 221155


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