The NSPCC has teamed up with the Swindon Wildcats to help raise funds for their new PANTS campaign.

Representatives from the children’s charity will be attending the National Ice Hockey League South 1 leaders’ match with Streatham at the Link Centre on Saturday with the help of the #TalkPANTS mascot Pantosaurus.

The PANTS campaign encourages parents to have simple conversations with their children about how to stay safe using the ‘Underwear Rule’ and the PANTS acronym: P – privates are private, A – always remember your body belongs to you, N – no means no, T – talk about secrets that upset you, S – speak up, someone can help.

Commercial manager for the Swindon Wildcats, Sally Price said: ”We’re delighted to be partnering up with another amazing charity, this time the NSPCC.

“The work they do to protect children and prevent abuse is incredible.

“Hopefully our superb fanbase can support them and make it another successful fundraising evening at the Better Link Centre.”

For more, see nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/our-services/childrens-services.