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Emergency Telephone Numbers

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Driving to Studland and parking
Bus timetables for Studland
The Sandbanks Chain Ferry
Disabled access to Studland
Hotels, guest houses and B&BS
Camp sites in the Isle of Purbeck
The gay beach at Studland
Non-nudist Beaches at Studland
Litter, recycling, fires & bbq's
Taking your dog to Studland
Deer ticks, adders & weever fish
Emergency Telephone Numbers
Things To Do in Dorset
Studland Memories
 

Keeping Studland Safe

Vehicle Crime
Make sure you lock your vehicle before you go to the beach as theft from vehicles is the biggest reported crime at Studland.

Valuables
Valuables are best left at home but if you have brought any please ensure that they remain with you or a member of your party or they are locked out of sight

Emergencies

Emergency helicopter lands in dunes © Studland United Nudists
Emergency helicopter lands in dunes

In an emergency, or to make an urgent report of a crime call 999

Police

Swanage Police Station © Studland United Nudists
Swanage Police Station

Both Uniformed and plain clothed police patrol Studland Beach. If you come across any criminal activity please help them to keep Studland safe by calling:

Swanage Police:
01929 422 004

Dorset Police:
01305 22 22 22

Crimestoppers:
0800 555 111

Other help

Coastguard 24hr Opís Room: 01305 760439

Swanage Hospital:
01929 422282

Poole Hospital:
01202 665511

Bournemouth-Swanage Ferry Company:
01929 450203

National Trust

NT Visitor Centre:
01929 450500

NT Estate Office:
01929 450259

Beach Ranger mobile:
07970 595963