Safe place scheme
Who is the safe place scheme for?
It is for people with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and mental health issues
As well as other people who might need help when they are out and about.
When you are out and about, you can get help if you feel worried or scared.
You can go into a shop or business that has this sticker in the window.
Somebody in the shop or business will help you.
If you want to join the safe place scheme, you can carry a safe place card.
You can put your name on it so that people in the shop know who you are.
You can also put 2 names on the card of people who can help you.
This could be your parent, support provider, care manager or friend.
The shop can call one of these people to help you.
If you do not have a safe place card, it’s OK. People at the shop will still help you.
If you have any questions you can call 01344 351500.
Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe places in Bracknell
- Anne Marie Bakery
- Bracknell library
- Cath Kidston
- Citizens Advice
- Coopers Hill Youth Centre (includes NRG youth drop-in)
- Costa Coffee
- Hotel Chocolat
- Insight Opticians
- Kiko Milano
- Ocean House
- Princess Square
- The Ark
- The Body Shop
- The Entertainer
- The Market Inn
- Time Square (council offices)
- Top Class Barber
- Toni and Guy
- Vision Express
- Binfield library
- Earlybird florist
- Birch Hill library
- The Look Out Discovery Centre
- Crowthorne library
- Edgbarrow sports centre
- Easthampstead Baptist church
- Great Hollands library
- Harmans Water Library
- Ascot Heath library
- The Bridge pub
- Pistachios in the Park
- Sandhurst day centre shop
- Sandhurst library
- Sandhurst sports centre
- Whitegrove library