If you are running an event with disabled children, young people or adults at risk, it is essential that you consider safeguarding in your planning.

The purpose of a Safeguarding Plan is to promote and ensure the wellbeing of those people taking part. It will also ensure that all those responsible for the welfare of all young people and adults understand their role and responsibility.

It is essential that any suspicions, concerns or allegations are acted upon appropriately.

At the Ann Craft Trust, we have worked with organisations across the UK in the planning and execution of national events. This involves the following two stages.

If you are running an event and aren’t sure of your responsibilities or would like to find out more about how we can help you, get in touch today.

Call us: 0115 951 5400

Or email us: ann-craft-trust@nottingham.ac.uk