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24th April, 2017 - 7.49pm: Chippenham crew attended a chimney fire at a domestic property and ext...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 7.30pm: Crew from Westbourne attended a small grass fire extinguished using ba...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 7.20pm: Crews from Swindon and Stratton mobilised to a cooker fire which was o...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 6.10pm: Crews from Christchurch, Springbourne and Redhill mobilised to a fire ...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 16:03: At 16:03 we received a call to an area of heath on fire near to Moorsi...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 15:40: At 15:40 we received a call to a caravan on fire at an address near to...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 09:15: At 09:15 we received a call to a fire inside a domestic property in Le...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 07:33: At 07:33 we received a call to a fire inside an industrial building in...Read more

24th April, 2017 - 4.02am: One pump from Wareham and one pump from Bere Regis called to a report ...Read more

23rd April, 2017 - 9.55pm: One pump from Salisbury attended a report of rubbish on fire at a prem...Read more

Dorset Safety Centres

There are two Safety Centres in Dorset.

SafeWise Bournemouth was the first dedicated safety education centre in the county. It has been operational since 1998 and, since that time, developed to meet changing educational needs.

It has been cleverly designed as an indoor ‘village’ of scenarios that includes a full sized two-storey house, a high street, a park, a farmyard, an electricity sub-station, a heath, a beach, a building site and even Police and railway stations.

By making the scenarios as realistic as possible, the interactive safety tours enable visitors to easily apply their learning to their everyday life situations such as dealing with nuisance callers, cyber-crime and safety in the home – the learning opportunities are endless.

SafeWise Weymouth was officially opened in July 2011 by Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ayton with the RoadWise outdoor driving and pedestrian training facilities opened by HRH The Princess Royal in March 2016.

The centre offers a range of educational ‘Wise’ programmes for community groups and schools covering FireWise, RoadWise, HealthWise and NightWise.  The programmes providing education and awareness to help people stay safe is a variety of everyday situations.

The centres offer extended facilities for use by businesses and other groups including:

Visit www.safewise.org for more information.

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