Bournemouth is Dorset’s largest town, in terms of population. Nestled tightly between Poole and Christchurch, Bournemouth is a popular seaside town, once a favourite of the Victorian’s, and still to this day a firm favourite with families around the UK.
Bournemouth is 33 miles from the city of Southampton and 107 miles from London. The New Forest National Park sits between Bournemouth and Southampton, with the main road, the A31, linking them together.
Fire Care and Security have clients based throughout Dorset, many of which lie within the borough. Fire Care’s main services include security services like CCTV systems, Door Access and Intruder Alarms. As well as fire safety services like Fire Extinguishers, Fire Risk Assessments and Fire Alarms.
Fire extinguishers servicing and generally keeping your fire extinguishers up to date, is not only a sensible, safety conscious task, but it is of course a legal requirement. Fire Care and Security can manage your servicing schedule, ensuring that all your fire extinguishers are in perfect workable condition, are positioned in the correct place in the premises and that the correct fire extinguisher type is of course selected.
Fire Care and Security offer fire extinguisher training and should be your first port of call to discuss your fire extinguisher requirements and questions.
FCS’s security services include:
- home security
- commercial security
- intruder alarms
- alarm systems installation
- CCTV installation and servicing
- Burglar alarm installation and servicing
Bournemouth’s International Airport serves many other UK airports as well as European cities and holiday destinations. Bournemouth’s Airport (locally known as Hurn airport as it is based in the small village of Hurn, a suburb of Bournemouth). The train service for Bournemouth extends further West, to Weymouth, and East to Southampton.
Bournemouth has many things going for it including some top-rated, sandy beaches, great shopping (in the town centre and its out of town shopping centre, Castle Point), a thriving nightlife for the young (and young at heart) and a successful Football team, AFC Bournemouth (also called The Cherries).
There are two piers on the coast, known locally as Bournemouth Pier and Boscombe Pier. Boscombe is the neighbouring town to Bournemouth, but for all intents and purpose both towns are seen as one. Both piers are still in use today. Bournemouth’s pier has recently installed a zip-wire that runs from the end of the pier, back to main beach. It proves a hair-raising experience for the thrill seekers among us. Bournemouth’s gardens back on to the beach and the pier, with the main town centre surrounding the gardens. This makes the town centre very compact and within easy walking distance to the award-winning beaches.