Bournemouth, Education | Posted: Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 9:30 am | return to news

Junior Safety Inspectors wanted this half term

SafeWise Bournemouth is opening its doors for families this February half term to enjoy spending time together learning valuable skills for life

SafeWise

Local children can sign up as a Junior Safety Inspector to discover how to stay safe, build confidence and learn valuable skills for life this February half-term at SafeWise in Bournemouth.

The fun and interactive family tours are back by popular demand at the charity’s learning village in Elliott Road, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.

The self-guided tour involves solving clues whilst exploring SafeWise’s indoor village which includes a road, beach, train, bus, two-storey house, co-op shop and other real life scenarios.

SafeWise Bournemouth manager Elise St.Hill said:  “Our Junior Safety Inspector tours at SafeWise Bournemouth are always very popular so we are delighted to bring them back for February Half Term.

“Families enjoy spending some quality and rewarding time together whilst exploring our learning village. They tackle a range of real tasks and activities, which are not only great fun but provide valuable skills for life which could one day help save their life.”

The Junior Safety Inspector tour costs £5 per person (plus small booking fee) and is designed for children aged five-11 years old and their families.

The event takes place on 18,19 and 20 February with advance booking online required at www.safewise.org/events

Free parking is available at SafeWise Bournemouth with other on-street parking nearby and refreshments available from Crumbs pop-up cafe.

SafeWise celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018 and welcomed some 250,000 school children to its learning villages in Bournemouth and Weymouth in that time.

To book go to www.safewise.org/events or for more information call 01202 591330 or email bournemouth@safewise.org

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