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Enquiries from journalists
For press enquires about the NSPCC's work or spokespeople on child protection and child services, contact our national media office.

Journalists requiring information on our child protection, fundraising and campaigning locally, please contact your regional communications office.

National media office

Please note: that the contacts below are for use by journalists only.

Tel: 020 7825 2514
Out of hours tel: 07976 206 625
Email: mediaoffice@nspcc.org.uk

The NSPCC national media office has an ISDN line available for broadcast media interviews.

Regional communications offices

For media enquiries relating to the work of the NSPCC at a local level, please contact the Regional Communications Office nearest to you from the list below.

Please note: that the contacts below are for use by journalists only.

East and West Midlands
Tel: 0207 539 6020 (East Midlands)
Tel: 0207 650 3416 (West Midlands)
Out of hours tel: 07866 545 257

London, the South East and East of England
Tel: 0203 188 3944
Out of hours tel: 07767 647712

North West and Cumbria, Yorkshire and the Humber and the North East
Tel: 0113 218 2722 (North West and Cumbria and Yorkshire and the Humber)
Tel: 0191 227 5338 (North East)
Out of hours tel: 07929 201096

Northern Ireland
Tel: 0203 222 4263
Out of hours tel: 07920 531480 or 07920 290147

Scotland
Tel: 0207 650 6774
Out of hours tel: 07760 272 021 or 07584 159 633

Wales and the South West
Tel: 0203 188 3655 (based in Wales)
Out of hours tel: 07825 552357

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For all other enquiries, please email us at help@nspcc.org.uk.

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