Bonfire and firework safety

At CATCH, our utmost priority is to cultivate a safe and well-informed community, especially during the bonfire period and firework events. Through fruitful collaborations with our esteemed partners, we actively engage in the development, promotion, and dissemination of an array of invaluable resources. These resources are thoughtfully crafted to educate and empower children and young people, equipping them with the essential knowledge and skills to ensure their safety. We invite you to click on the links provided below to gain access to our extensive collection of educational materials. By embracing this collective effort, we can forge a path towards a secure and enjoyable bonfire and firework experience for all.
As a dedicated organisation, CATCH works tirelessly to establish a robust network of partnerships aimed at delivering comprehensive safety education. Together with our collaborators, we actively curate and distribute a diverse range of resources that cater to the needs of children and young people. These resources cover crucial topics related to the bonfire period and firework safety, serving as invaluable tools for education and awareness. We encourage you to explore the provided links, granting you direct access to an abundance of educational materials. By harnessing the power of collaboration, we can create a community that prioritises safety and ensures the well-being of everyone involved in bonfire and firework celebrations. Let us unite in this endeavour and make safety our guiding principle.

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Bonfire period awareness

Interview with Paul Money, Chief Officer, Safer Leeds

Interview with Richard Padwell, Chief Inspector, Leeds Police

Interview with Jawed Khan, Watch Commander, West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service

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