October 17th, 2022

Introducing our brand new sustainability tour, ActionPoint, launching today. ActionPoint is a completely different tour to the Core Programme tour. This new tour will be shorter, but is still packed full of information. So what will you learn from an ActionPoint tour? Topics such as how to be more sustainable, what is recycling, where our… Read More »


September 26th, 2022

We have some spooky news… Looking for things to do for the family this October half term? DangerPoint is the place for you! We offer a fun-filled day out on a budget whilst also being educational. You can take part in our Danger Detective Quest, a self-guided tour looking for dangers around the centre. On… Read More »

Busy Month at the Centre!

September 22nd, 2022

We have had a very busy month at DangerPoint, with a school visit in the centre nearly every single day! We cannot thank you all enough for coming to visit us. We are truly so grateful that people see the benefit of a visit with us! Each visit offers an opportunity for children to gain… Read More »


September 6th, 2022

We have a BRAND NEW addition to the centre! Out with the old… and in with the new! A very special thank you to Toyota Manufacturing Charitable Trust for kindly donating the car to us! As sad as it was to see the old Toyota Corolla depart, we are so pleased with how the new… Read More »

Abergele Golf Club

August 30th, 2022

What a fantastic day we had at the charity golf fundraised over at Abergele Golf Club on the 7th of August. The Bushtucker Fun Day was a great day out for all the family – we are so pleased that everybody enjoyed themselves! A huge thank you to Abergele Golf Club for all of their… Read More »


August 9th, 2022

If you’ve recently visited us, you will know we have two new displays! The first new display we have are the rockets, which will teach people to REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE! K-os the Alien has asked us here at DangerPoint to help him fuel his rocket. The only way to fuel his rocket is through… Read More »

Do you follow us on social media?

August 1st, 2022

Did you know we are active on social media? You can follow us using the information below. Follow us to keep up to date with our latest updates! Facebook: DangerPoint – Safety Activity Centre / @dangerpointltd Instagram: @dangerpoint01 Twitter: @dangerpointltd LinkedIn: DangerPointLtd  

Summer fun for everyone

July 27th, 2022

For this summer holiday, why don’t you join us for a summer full of fun for the whole family? This year, we have introduced Danger Detective Quest! Click here for more information: We are an educational activity centre here at DangerPoint, with a range of activities for you to enjoy. From arts and crafts, to… Read More »

Christmas Concert | 2019

December 17th, 2019

On December 13th, DangerPoint hosted our annual Christmas event once again at St Asaph Cathedral. We had a wonderful event this year and were very grateful for the return of the North East Wales Sinfonia Quartet who joined us once again. This year we also welcomed the Dee Sign Deaf Choir who signed along to… Read More »


October 22nd, 2019

On October 18th, DangerPoint attended the Flintshire Business Awards and were honoured to receive the ‘Best Social Enterprise Business Award’. The Flintshire Business Awards are made up of 9 categories that allow any successful business in Flintshire to enter these prestigious awards. All entries are judged by the sponsor of each award. The ‘Best Social… Read More »


August 23rd, 2019

During the summer holidays (2019) we received our mystery visit from Visit Wales as part of being in the ‘Quality Attraction Scheme’.  We received an excellent review and were awarded with the ‘Best Told Story’ in Wales award.  ‘The Best Told Story’ is awarded to attractions who create a memorable & enjoyable experience through interpretation… Read More »

NEW DISPLAY – Knife Crime

July 26th, 2019

We have launched another new display in the Centre this week. Sponsored by the Police and Crime Commissioner, the new display will focus on knife crime. The purpose of the display is to try and raise awareness of the consequences of carrying knives as well as reducing the fear of crime and the number of… Read More » | |