The benefit of children playing football for JWFC is that they will be helping many disabled children become active. Any monies raised within the club will be put to good use in supplying many items to help disabled children become active. We as a club do NOT want to sit on thousands of pounds, we want to put this into helping those who are struggling by helping local families whose disabled son/daughter is inactive due to the massive costs incurred in buying equipment ie. specially adapted bike costing in excess £4000.

Upcoming Fixtures

21/09/19 10:00 Burnley Town U15S v Jasons Wheels FC U15S TOWNLEY PLAYING PITCHES BB10 4SD

05/10/19 10:00 Padiham FC Juniors U15S v Jasons Wheels FC U15S FENNYFOLD PLAYING FIELDS BB12 7BN – SURRIDGE SPORTS U15S CUP 2019 – 2020

12/10/19 10:00 Clitheroe Wolves JFC – Blue U15S v Jasons Wheels FC U15S ROEFIELD PITCHES BB7 3LA

26/10/19 10:30 Jasons Wheels FC U15S v Burnley Town U15S WILSONS PLAYING FIELD BB5 5SG

02/11/19 11:00 Whalley Juniors U15S v Jasons Wheels FC U15S QUEEN ELIZABETH II PLAYING FIELDS BB7 9RZ

16/11/19 10:30 Jasons Wheels FC U15S v Padiham FC Juniors U15S WILSONS PLAYING FIELD BB5 5SG

23/11/19 10:30 Jasons Wheels FC U15S v Clitheroe Wolves JFC – Blue U15S WILSONS PLAYING FIELD BB5 5SG

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Safeguarding

Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague can also use whistle-blowing by calling 0800 169 1863 and asking for The FA’s safeguarding team, or via email on safeguarding@TheFA.com.

Alternatively you can go direct the Police or Children’s Social Care and report your concerns there, or to the Child Protection in Sport Unit via cpsu@nspcc.org.uk or the NSPCC Helpline via 0808 800 5000 or by emailing help@nspcc.org.uk

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