Health & Safety

Health & Safety is our number one priority here at the tower.

Atleast one member of staff holds a vaild first aid certificate.
every staff member carries a two way radio at all times.

The tower is fitted throughout with a state of the art fire alarm and sprinkler system that is tested weekly. All staff have been trained in what to do in the the event of a fire.

All floors have access to atleast one fire extinguisher that is clearly labled.

All floors have instructions in what to do in the event of fire or first aid.

Due to space we cannot let more than 15 on the roof at anyone time.

No children under 16 allowed up bell tower unless accompanied by adult .

ALL signs must be obeyed.

Please follow all instructions given by staff.

Vertigo, please tell a memeber of staff if you feel uneasy / dizzy whilst on our roof, our tour guides understand vertigo and will let you down if you wish.

Weather plays an inportant role here especallity lightning, if this occurs the tower roof will be shut immediately and reopen once dry. The floor in the base is titled so may be slippery if wet.

We do not recommend climbing in high heeled shoes or sandles.

We have ropes in the starwells for you to hold on to as the steps a old, worn and uneven.

CLIMBING THE TOWER IS DONE AT YOUR OWN RISK NEITHER WAVENEY DISTRICT / BECCLES TOWN COUNTCIL, BUSINESS ASSCOSIATION FOR BECCLES HELPING HANDS ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITY FOR PERSONAL INJUREY WHILST ON BELL TOWER PREMISIS. YOU MUST SIGN A STATEMENT OF DECLARATION BEFORE CLIMBING THE TOWER.

The tower has contingency plans in place for all eventuallities that are most likey NOT to occur.

Casting all this aside most openings happen without incident.

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