The Safety Centre is a fantastic resource for children who are home educated. Our tour equips children with essential and practical life skills that they can learn in a fun and interactive way. They will be grouped with a friendly volunteer guide who will stay with them for the duration of the tour and introduce them to each scenario. Children will also get to make a practice 999 phone call.
Children are put into groups based on their ages, which does mean that siblings may not be in the same group. We also ask that we have no more than one adult with each group, unless specific 1:1 support is needed.
Hazard Alley is the perfect place to bring cubs and brownies to learn about everyday dangers and risks and to enable them to learn skills and experience needed to achieve their safety badges.
Children are taken on a tour of our safety village with our friendly volunteer tour guides who will help them in each scenario to spot the hazards. Children also get to practice making a 999 call from our phone box. We can accommodate evening tours so you can visit on your usual meeting night.
This is so worth a visit for families. Interesting to learn and not boring at all. There is parking spaces outside. Interactive displays inside.
Great Place For Kids To Learn
Its very good as a child to practice real life situations. Best part was fire alarm where grandpa was upstairs and the portable heater had blown up and we went out and called fire brigade and the ambulance and saw how much damage a small fire can do.
Scary part was the train video where kids was playing I spy on the train tracks .
Fantastic Cubs Trip
An excellent trip for my children’s cubs group. The children all learnt loads about identifying hazards & keeping safe in a very realistic environment. Our guide bob was great, kept the children engaged the whole time. They had to make a real 999 emergency call & speak to a real operator.
Excellent school trip
I’ve visited on a number of occasions with children from school and each time the children gain so much. Groups of children are guided by volunteers who work really well with the children.