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Where is your child tonight project?

We have joined forces with a number of agencies to launch a campaign to urge parents to be aware of where their children are, and to promote a range of activities that are offered to local young people to keep them busy. We all want to keep our children safe. However, without supervision they may get involved in illegal activities such as underage drinking. The simplest way to prevent this is by asking where your child is, what they are up to, and what company they are keeping.

About the project

The Where is your child tonight? project is run in partnership with Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership, Staffordshire County Council, Staffordshire Police, T3 and CRI.

To help prevent anti-social behaviour, we run lots of activities for young people across Burntwood and Lichfield – from dance and trampolining, to football and streetcheer. Click here for a full list of activities.

The low cost activities are offered through Lichfield District Council’s Positive Futures, which is funded by the council and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership.

Other support and advice

Support is available for parents or guardians that are worried their children may have a drink or drugs problem. Contact Parents Against Drug Abuse (PADA) for advice and support on 0800 023 867.

If you are a young person and worried you might have a problem with drugs or alcohol, contact T3 - Staffordshire’s Young Person Substance Misuse Support Service - on 01785 241393.


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Phone our contact centre: 01543 308 000
District Council House, Frog Lane, Lichfield, Staffs, WS13 6YY

If you need to contact a team direct, please visit our contacts page for team phone numbers and email addresses.

Opening times

Our main reception at Frog Lane in Lichfield is open Monday - Friday, 8.45am - 5.15pm. Our phone lines close at 5pm.