A few weeks ago there was an article in our local paper about a new web-site that had been set up for one of the football clubs in the area. In the article it said that a lot of work had been done to comply with Child Protection issues relating to web-sites of clubs and socieites. It specifically mentioned that you should not be able to identify a youngster in any way on a web-site i.e. you can have a list of names, and you can have their photos, but you shouldn't have a child's photo together with their name/e-mail address. I have tried to find more details on this and am waiting for the web-design company in question to get back to me with more details on any guidelines that may exist, but I was just wondering whether anyone else involved with their band's web-site had come across anything like this before? In the meantime I've tried to make sure that none of our youngsters can be identified through our web-site, and have taken all e-mail addresses off for the time being leaving just the main contact address.