Please visit www.cornwall.gov.uk/safeplaces The interactive map will help you identify the Safe Places in Looe (and Countywide) and their opening times.
In alphabetical order, they are:
Blush Beauty Salon, Middleton Corner, The Quay, East Looe, PL13 1AD
Boots, Fore Street, East Looe, PL13 1DT
Bosun's Locker, 2 Seafront, East Looe, PL13 1AL
Calweton Vet's, Old Ambulance Station, Millpool, West Looe PL13 2AF www.calwetonvets.com/calweton-veterinary-group
Coffee Shop, Higher Market Street, East Looe, PL13 1BP
Co-op Supermarket, Fore Street, East Looe, PL13 1DT
Guildhall Barbers, Fore Street, East Looe, PL13 1AA
Guildhall Market, Fore Street, East Looe, PL13 1AA
Killigarth Manor, Polperro www.johnfowlerholidays.co.uk
Looe Bay Holiday Park, St Martins Road, East Looe, PL13 1NX www.parkdeanresorts.co.uk
Looe Harbour Commissioners, The Quay, East Looe, PL13 1DX www.looeharbour.com
Looe Library, Millpool, West Looe, PL13 2AF
Looe Pet Emporium, Buller Street, East Looe, PL13 1AS
Millendreath Beach Resort, Millendreath, Looe, PL13 1PE
Millpool Centre, Millpool, West Looe, PL13 2AF
Old Mill Gift Centre, Bridgend, West Looe, PL13 2AF
Portbyhan Hotel, Quay Road, West Looe, PL13 2BU - 01503 262071
Riverside Gallery, 5 The Quay, West Looe, PL13 1BX
Saltrock, Fore Street, East Looe, PL13 1AD
Seaview Holiday Village, Polperro, PL13 2JE www.seaviewholidayvillage.co.uk
Tencreek Holiday Park, Polperro Road, Looe PL13 2JR www.dolphinholidays.co.uk
Trelawne Manor, Looe PL13 2NA www.johnfowlerholidays.co.uk
What is a Safe Place?
A safe place is where people with a learning disability, Autism and/or Aspergerís can confidently go when they feel scared or worried when out and about the town. It is a building or organisation that is registered to the scheme.
People who might need to use Safe Places carry a Safe Places card. The card will have their emergency contact on it.
If they need help they can go to a Safe Place - they will see a Safe Places sticker in the window and can confidently ask staff for assistance.
Help that people might need
People might need help:
What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Why do we need Safe Places?
People with a learning disability, Autism and/or Aspergerís are more likely to be vulnerable in the community because:
What a Safe Place will do
A personís confidentiality will be maintained unless:
This information has been produced by Safe Places, Cornwall.Gov.uk.
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