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Walton & Hersham Youth FC  & Mini Academy

KEY CONTACTS

Listed below are key contacts with regards to reporting, receiving advice and anything else with regards to Safeguarding.

The FA: 0800 169 1863 (extension 6300 or 6400) | Safeguarding@TheFA.com  
NSPCC: 0800 800 5000 | help@nspcc.org.uk
Childline: 0800 1111 | www.childline.org.uk 

If you think a child is in immediate danger don't delay – call the police on 999 or call NSPCC on 0808 800 5000, straight away.

One in three matches is played without a referee due to abuse from players.

Club welfare office
Lucy Souries
lucy@souries.co.uk

The FA's series of Respect films featuring actor Ray Winstone, aimed at highlighting the pressures placed on young footballers by angry and aggressive parents

CLUB WELFARE & SAFEGUARDING CONTACTS 

LEAGUE CONTACT

Phil Rendell
Surrey FA Welfare Officer
Tel: 01372 387 090  |  07939 538 632
Email: Safeguarding@SurreyFA.com

We take the welfare and safety of our boys and girls very seriously at Walton and Hersham Youth FC and have, as a FA club, incorporated the FA RESPECT programme throughout the club. We are passionate that all players, managers and referees are allowed and encouraged to develop in a positive community to maximise their potential. Our aim is for all children to have a love for the beautiful game in a fun and safe environment. 

RESPECT

RESPECT outlines that a certain standard of organisation and behaviour is expected from everyone in football - whether as a league official, player or parent, club official or coach, and also the referee.  RESPECT is all about creating a fun, safe environment and its core principles work in tandem with Safeguarding Children.

WALTON & HERSHAM YOUTH FC  CLUB WELFARE

Club assistant welfare office
Lucy Flower
offtoseethewizard@hotmail.com

New Football Association Respect Campaign, turning the mirror on abusive players and parents and asking them 'Are you losing it'?