Safe Places is a project to help thousands of people with a learning disability in Cornwall feel safer

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Safe Places in Cornwall was started by people with learning disabilities and is funded by Cornwall Council.

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Click here to visit the Safe Places page on Cornwall Council’s website: Safe Places

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It has the support of the Devon and Cornwall Policy and Diversity Action Groups across the region.

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… and also has the backing of Self Advocacy Group, Cornwall People First.

The scheme, which originated from Hertfordshire, aims to help people with learning disabilities deal with any incident that takes place while they are out and about in the community.

Shops, businesses, health centres, museums, emergency services and public transport in towns across the county are invited to join up to the scheme and are issued with stickers displaying the ‘Safe Places’ logo indicating that their premises are a safe haven.

Click here to see the EASY READ version of the Safe Places brochure: Safe Places Brochure

To find out more about Safe Places in Cornwall:

Telephone: 01209 313419

Send email

Or you can email CPF: email

Click here to see the most up to date list of Safe Places in Cornwall: Safe Places In Cornwall List December 2013

Cornwall People First

The Lescudjack Centre

Penmere Close

Penzance Cornwall TR18 3PE

Telephone: 07469928565

Registered Charity No. 1160773

© Cornwall People First 2017

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