Welcome to the Safety Centre Hazard Alley

Open Day - 2019

 

Our Open Day this year is on Sunday 28th July.  10am until 4pm

 

Join us for our very popular annual open day at the beginning of the summer holidays when everyone could do with a reminder of how to stay safe while schools out.  As well as being able to explore the village you'll be able to meet the emergency services and enjoy lots of other activities.

Visitor numbers are limited for safety reasons and entry to Hazard Alley is timed.  Your ticket gives you access to the safety village for 45 minutes only but you can come early and enjoy all the other activities or stay after your Hazard Alley visit to make the most of them.  We suggest you allow plenty of time to park and make the most of your time-slot.

 

Refreshments, BBQ, play area and raffle also available.

 

All proceeds will help support the centre as we are a registered charity. 

 

We'd like to thank Santander for supporting the event.

 

Follow us on twitter and facebook - tickets will be available soon !

 

Tickets on eventbrite will be available Friday 12th July in the afternoon.

Click on the link :  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hazard-alley-25th-birthday-family-open-day-2019-tickets-63112880324

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Birthday Hazard Alley - 25 years

 

Thank you to everyone who attended the 25th Birthday celebrations today (4th June 2019).  

 

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Great discussion on BBC3CR this morning about the new survey highlighting the worrying extent of drug use in secondary schools with 1 in 10 boys by the age of 16 regularly taking drugs including heroin and cocaine.  We are very proud that our new Drug and Alcohol session delivered to Year 5 & 6 children in primary schools directly address these issues and prepare children through role play to face the peer pressure they will encounter.  Please contact us if you would like our School Liaison Officers to deliver the session in your school.

 

Telephone Shirley or Katherine on 01908  263009  

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Thinking of volunteering ? 

For more information about volunteering please see our Volunteers tab on the left !

 

Different ways you can support the Safety Centre Hazard Alley

  • Sponsor a local school to visit Hazard Alley
  • Choose us as your charity of the year
  • Organise a sponsored event
  • Book your First Aid and Fire Training with us
  • Book a Team Building Day

 

Great News -  we now have a JustGiving page !

To donate just click on the link below

https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/hazardalleyMK

 

 

Delivering your PSHE curriculum at Hazard Alley - see our Primary Teacher's guide to keeping safe

- click on the link below

Delivering your PSHE curriculum at Hazard Alley

 

   

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Our new video made by our friends at the University of Northampton.

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySTIYM59-UQ

 

  

With the help of the Safety Centre the BBC have made a short video on Fire Safety

- please click on the link below

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/education-40310528/teaching-kids-about-fire-safety

 

 

'Hazard Alley' was the first purpose-built safety education centre in the UK, designed to give visitors a unique interactive learning experience.  During a tour in our 'life size' village young people encounter a range of 'hazards' giving them the opportunity to develop vital knowledge and strategies on how to stay safe.

 

We also offer safety related  courses for adults as well as centre hire with a difference.

  

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You can:

  • Bring schools to explore Hazard Alley on a guided tour of our 12 scenarios where they can learn about keeping themselves safe in a safe environment.  We also offer interactive taught sessions about internet safety and cyber bullying.

 

  • Bring your cubs and brownies to help them complete their safety badges by exploring Hazard Alley.  Early evening tours are available.

 

  • Bring young people and adults with learning disabilities to enable them to develop their independent living skills in a safe environment.

 

  • Book our school liaison officers (who are qualified and experienced teachers) to deliver lessons in your school.

 

  • Book our school liaison officers to deliver a parent Internet Safety session in your school.

 

  • Book your staff on accredited first aid and fire training courses.

 

  • Book our conference room for meetings and events.

 

  • Book the whole centre for a company away day or to host H&S themed staff development programmes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

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
  

Address:

The Safety Centre (Hazard Alley) Ltd,
18 Carters Lane, Kiln Farm,
Milton Keynes, MK11 3ES. 

Tel: 01908 263009
Fax: 01908 262771
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Sat Nav Only: Please follow post code MK11 3ET to

Carters Lane, then follow Safety Centre signs

  

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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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Open Day was a great success!  

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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.