National Safeguarding Unit (NSU) - Safe Activities For Everyone

We'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who has given their help 

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The Safe Network, along with the NSPCC, Children England and Child Accident Prevention Trust would like to thank all of the organisations and people who have given us valuable time and resources to help us launch and maintain the website and resources.

thanks to: 

Department for Education (DfE) - the funding body of the Safe Network

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland LSCB

British Youth Council

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Race Equality Foundation


And to all of the organisations below who run activities for children and young people. Thank you for allowing us to take photographs at your events, and to the parents and carers who gave us permission to include their children in the shoots.

Activenture Office, Hindleap Warren, Wych Cross, East Sussex, RH18 5JH
Phone: 013 4282 8219

An inspirational disability initiative providing exciting adventurous activities for young people with special needs, a much needed break for their families and unforgettable volunteering opportunities.

Centre for Indian Classical Dance (CICD)
50 Churchill Street
Leicester LE2 1FH
Phone: 0116 2552862

CICD is one of the leading South Asian dance organisations in the UK and is available for children of all ages.

Salisbury Road, Barnet, Herts, EN5 4JP
Phone: 020 8441 0404

Dedicated to providing disabled children, young people and their families with the right support to help them to get involved with general play and leisure activities with their friends and neighbours.

Kentish Town City Farm
1 Cressfield Close, off Grafton Road, London, NW5 4BN
Phone: 020 7916 5421

Kentish Town City Farm is an educational and recreational project in North London, where children, young people and adults are actively encouraged to participate in all aspects of animal care.  Open to visitors all year round, the farm also has specific holiday and volunteering programmes available.

Messy Church
St. Giles Church, West Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire 

An after school activity club which caters for children of all ages. Activities involved: arts and crafts, tea time, music and other fun and safe games. 

One KX
120 Cromer Street, London, WC1H 8BS
Phone: 020 7520 3070

A new health and creative arts centre, providing inspiration, education and opportunities for health in mind, body and spirit. With and for the community of King’s Cross.

Prince’s Drawing School’s Young Artists Programme
19-22 Charlotte Road, London, EC2A 3SG
Phone: 020 7613 8568

Makes it possible for children with a skill for drawing to achieve their potential. Providing serious, sustained mentoring for young people aged 10-18, from all backgrounds.

Stagecoach Leicester
Guthlaxton College, Station Road, Wigston, Leicester
Phone: 0116 232 1444

Down-to-earth quality training for four to eighteen year-olds in the disciplines of dance, drama and singing in a very safe and happy environment.

Sri Vedmata Gayatri Pariwar
The Centre for Gayatri Consciousness, 16 Rendell Road, Leicester, LE4 6LE
Phone: 0116 2669902

A Saturday afternoon group for children under 16. Discussions, singing, arts and crafts, games.

Stomp Acting School
Stomp! Ltd, Suite 5, Lyndhurst House, 120 Bunns Lane, Mill Hill, NW7 2AR
Phone: 020 8959 5353

An independent theatre school for children and young people ages
6-19 years offering classes in street dance, acting and singing

Sunshine & Sunbeams Day Nursery 
10 Bushwood , Leytonstone, E11 3AY
Phone: 020 8530 2784
Fax: 020 8530 7531

Sunbeams provide activities for each child to develop to their own potential. Sunbeams make sure that individual needs are met and work closely with parents and carers.

St. Giles Church, West Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire 

Once a week children from birth to school age attend the 'Tiddlers' group at St Giles Church Hall for activities. Parents, grandparents and carers are all welcome to stay and have refreshments.

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