Reduced Rate Visit for Years 5 or 6 to Hazard Alley
We have been given some funding from Milton Keynes Council as part of their Road Safety Campaign. We are pleased to announce that we can offer a reduced price to all Milton Keynes Schools for year 5 or 6.
If any schools would like to take advantage of this offer please contact Nicola Sparkes via email
or phone 01908 263009 to book. Funding is limited, so places will be allocated on a first come first servced basis.
Do something new and rewarding this year !
Become a volunteer guide at Hazard Alley.
Full training and expenses are offered.
Call 01908 263009 or email
for more information
Hazard Alley to offer Year 5 & 6 whole-day visits to tackle internet safety.
The important issue of internet safety is to be incorporated into a WHOLE-DAY VISIT to Hazard Alley.
From September 2015, schools will be able to choose to book an extended visit. It will consist of the standard tour as well as the classroom sessions dedicated to e-safety, delivered in our newly-equipped rooms. Existing half-day visits will of course, still be available.
Please contact: 01908 263009 or
Hazard Alley, at the Safety Centre Milton Keynes, is the first purpose-built interactive centre where our visitors can experience 12 hazardous scenarios in perfect safety.We encourage visitors to identify everyday hazards and develop safe strategies to deal with potential emergencies, changing their behaviour to keep themselves and others safe. The centre is extremely flexible and can cater for all age groups over 6 years and all abilities, (including those with special needs).
Thank You to Willmott Dixon - A new Building Site Scenario !
"At Willmott Dixon we believe in giving back to local communities and supporting young people in any way we can. We are pleased to have provided the centre with a speical zone on contruction, which aims to engage young people about the dangers found on a building site. We also want to thank all of our sub-contractors that supplied materials and time free of charge for this project.
Hazard Alley is a great example of how communities can support and educate children, the centre is a great way for children to learn outside of the classroom and have new and challenging experiences".
Staff from Willmott Dixon and the Safety Centre pictured in the new scenario.
The Safety Centre is a Registered Charity and a Limited Company.
Company Registered number: 270981
Registered Charity number: 1019093
Learning outside the Classroom Cert number: R1QB103556
The Safety Centre (Hazard Alley) Ltd, 18 Carters Lane, Kiln Farm, Milton Keynes, MK11 3ES.
Tel: 01908 263009 Fax: 01908 262771 Email:
Sat Nav Only: Please follow post code MK11 3ET to
Carters Lane, then follow Safety Centre signs
Ben Cohen visit
World Cup Rugby Star Ben Cohen MBE visited the Safety Centre on 24 May 2012.
As part of the UK Launch of his charity, he met some very...
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The Safety Centre opened in 1994 as a partnership-based community safety project involving Thames Valley Police, Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, health authorities, local government, other statutory organisations and the private sector. The centre is not centrally funded and as such relies heavily on donations and sponsorship.