Community Safety Centres

A firefigther with members of the public at a Community Safety CentreA meeting taking place in a Community Safety CentreA firefighter talks to young people at a Community Safety Centre


Community Safety Centres can be found at four of our fire stations across the area.

The centres provide a space to host meetings, IT facilities and internet access, all free of charge to local community groups. While making use of our centres we hope people will take the opportunity to learn about fire safety, and pass on information to family and friends.

How do I book a Community Safety Centre?

To request the use of a Community Safety Centre please complete the booking form below, and someone will be in touch. We are unable able to take repeat bookings for more than 3 months in advance.

Where can I find a Community Safety Centre?

Community Safety Centres can be found at the six fire stations listed below.

Are the centres accessible for people with special needs?

Yes, all our Community Safety Centres meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).  However, the centres at Southmead and Yate do not have a hearing aid loop system installed.

The Yate centre does not have internet access.

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