Merry Christmas from all of us here at the Safety Centre. We hope that you have a wonderful festive period and a happy and safe new year.
This year has been full of action for the whole Safety Centre team, from increased visitor numbers at our education centre Hazard Alley to new projects. We’ve been thrilled to welcome students from across the region to our education centre as schools get back out for school trips and were so pleased to be featured in the winter edition of the School Travel Organiser Magazine. We also welcomed Dr Stuart Lawrence to the centre in November to talk about the importance of our knife crime education work and how we can save lives through education.
Our education team have been busy delivering early intervention knife crime education to 1,500 students across Milton Keynes this December during the month of action whilst the Knife Angel is in the city. This exciting project will continue in the new year as our education teams travel onto Slough to deliver education to 1,950 children.
In December we’ve celebrated all things Christmas, thanking our volunteers for their amazing work, with our volunteer Christmas party. As well as our Christmas staff day out wreath making. We made the centre Christmas ready and had a visit from cheeky elves, who needed lots of safety education!
Thank you to everyone who has supported our work, helping make communities across our region safer through lifesaving learning. It’s never too late to learn something new and keep yourself, your friends and family and community safe. We’re here to help support you every step of the way. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our offices will be closed for the Christmas break from 4.30pm on Wednesday 21st December and will reopen at 8.30am on Tuesday 3rd January 2023.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at the Safety Centre.