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Safeguarding children, young people and adults

The Management Committee of the Priory Hall Much Wenlock takes the safeguarding of all users seriously.

If you think a child, young person or vulnerable adult using this hall is being harmed or is at risk of being harmed please contact:

  • the Hall’s safeguarding representative – Duncan White on 07584 761950 – who will discuss your concerns and offer advice;
  • Shropshire Council First Point of Contact for all Safeguarding issues on 0345 678 9044 Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm, and Friday 9am to 4pm. If you have urgent safeguarding concerns outside of these hours, please phone the Emergency Social Work Duty Team on 0345 678 9040.

Don't delay, please contact someone straight away – they’re ready to help.

You could also contact:

  • Public Protection Unit (West Mercia Police): 0300 333 3000

and for children:

  • NSPCC: 0800 800 5000
  • Childline: 0800 1111

If someone is in immediate danger - call the emergency services on 999.