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Wiltshire Safety Centre

Please see the video below of a 3D walkthrough of the proposed centre layout.

Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service has an impressive track record in preventing people of all ages from coming to harm in the home, on the road and in the community. Our new Safety Centre in Wiltshire will take this to a whole new level.

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For the first time, Wiltshire has an opportunity to have a purpose built facility dedicated to public safety. Visitors of all ages will learn about staying safe and healthy at home, on the roads and at play.

The unique life-sized scenarios will help people to spot the potential for danger, learn about risk and consequence, and how to take responsibility for their actions – all in a safe and controlled environment.

The centre will be located in the north of Wiltshire at Wroughton Airfield; at this site, we will be able to offer an indoor village with an outside road network to develop a road safety training area.

Tailor made programmes

The Safety Centre will deliver learning aimed at people most at risk of accidents, injuries and harm, and will draw on the expertise of partner agencies committed to keeping our communities safe.

Programmes will be developed in detail over the next two years, but examples include sessions for:

We are proud to become part of the UK’s Safety Centre movement working with the Safety Centre Alliance.

An interactive learning environment

The new Safety Centre will be designed as a realistic, life-sized indoor village to provide visitors with realistic scenarios where they can learn about various aspects of safety in an exciting and stimulating environment.

This will equip them with memorable life skills that will benefit both them and their families.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more about our Safety Centre, or have any specific questions, comments or suggestions, please contact Safety Centre Project Manager Kathy Collis on 07739 899289 or email [email protected]

You can also follow us on Twitter – www.twitter.com/SCWroughton or @SCWroughton

Opportunities exist to get involved as a commissioner, sponsor, trustee or delivery partner – if you or your organisation is interested, we would love to hear from you.

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