SHOOT SHOUT SHARE
We believe everyone should be able to enjoy the positive influence of football and feel confident and safe to share any concerns.
We hope that Green Lane Playing Fields is a place where you can shoot for your goals and have fun. But we understand that it also needs to be a place where you can share any worries or concerns you might have. This could be about something happening at home, school, your own club or at Wiltshire FA.
We will listen.
With our partner, Strakers Estate Agents and our Safeguarding Mascot, Ron, we want to make sure you know who you can speak to if you have any concerns, raising awareness about wellbeing, promoting ways in which you can look after your mental wellness as well as your physical health.
Our Safe Guards
Want to talk?
Contact Maria or Blair, our Designated Safeguarding Officers.
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Ron and his troop are here to keep football safe and to protect your health and wellbeing. Ron says, "Be brave & shoot for your goals. Be bold & shout about your concerns. Be you & share your thoughts." If you have any concerns you can contact Ron's Safeguarding Troop. So, who's in the troop?
Wiltshire FA Designated Safeguarding Officers, Your Club Welfare Officer or the organisations listed below.
Ron is also here to promote positivity! Here is Rons' ways to wellbeing:
- Be kind and help others
- Connect with family & friends
- Care for the planet
- Keep learning & be active
- Enjoy your happy place
Protecting your health and well-being is really important to us. We call it ‘safeguarding’.
We want to make sure all of our participants are safe while they are at Green Lane Playing Fields because everyone has the right to feel safe where ever they are.
We promise to:
- Take action
WANT TO TALK?
Talk to us.
Maria and Blair are our Designated Safeguarding Officers, you can contact them by emailing Safeguarding@wiltshirefa.com or call 07340 272564.
0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk
Fearless on and off the pitch
Fearless Football with fearless.org
Wiltshire FA and Crimestoppers work in partnership to make a positive impact in Wiltshire, promoting active and safe communities, with the aim to ensure our football community, especially our youth players, feel safe and empowered. Using the positive influence of football we hope to raise awareness about the Crimestoppers service, sharing resources and initiatives.
Young people in Wiltshire can use fearless.org if they need information or advice about crime. The website offers 11-16 year olds non-judgmental information and advice and provides a safe place to give information about crime - 100% anonymously.