Parents :- 
Do you know what to do in event of a fire in your house? 
Could you recognise the dangers of an electricity sub-station and explain why it should not be used as a playground? 
Do you know how to dial 999 in the event of an emergency and what to expect if you had to do so? 
The young people who attend Crucial crew have had first-hand experience of these and many other potentially dangerous situations. These are amongst the essential lessons that are conveyed at Crucial Crew by means of realistic scenarios staged and managed in a tightly controlled manner.
As you will no doubt appreciate, this is not an isolated activity, but is meant to be an exciting experience that raises awareness and stimulates interest in personal safety and respect for the law. Whilst we have tried to raise awareness of personal safety, the messages need to be repeated in school and at home on a regular basis. 
Hopefully, together, we can contribute to children in the Sudbury area growing up safe and well, while developing a healthy respect for personal safety. We hope that you might find time to explore the activities on this website with your son or daughter as a follow up to their Crucial Crew experiences.
Sudbury Rotary Club organises and funds Sudbury Crucial Crew in partnership with numerous agencies and supporters listed on the “Help & Support” page. We urge you to contact Sudbury Rotary Club via our Contact Form or any of the agencies listed if you need assistance in furthering the aims of Crucial Crew - all are more than prepared to assist you.


If you would like to find out more about Sudbury Rotary Club’s work, aims and projects please take a minute to visit our website

If you are interested in finding out more, or coming to one of our lunchtime meetings, please use this Contact Form link to get in touch with our Club Secretary, Roger Green.