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Welcome to SafeCraft.

Elliswin AdminOwner
Elliswin @ paintball
posted Jun 26, 14  -  News
SafeCraft is a 'White listed' Minecraft server that is designed to be a safe place for children and the families & friends of children that have autistic conditions, to play Minecraft on line.

If you are a child or a family member, or friend of a child with an autistic condition, and you have the PC/Mac version of Minecraft you can apply to be added the server whitelist and granted access to the Minecraft Server.

SafeCraft was created by myself Ellis Deacon (in game name EllisWin) & my wife Michelle Deacon (in game name ShellyWin) after we took part in an autism awareness anti-bullying campaign, and decided that we wanted to do more as a family, so we started SafeCraft, SafeCraft is the first UK based Minecraft server, with owners that are trained in Safeguarding Children & Adults. The server and website have been specifically designed to be a place where children with autistic conditions can play safely, together with their friends & families without being judged, bullied or mistreated in any way.

We also invite applications from parents of any child, no matter what their ability, who would like a safe place for their children to play Minecraft online.

Some SafeCraft features include:
  • Sophisticated chat filtering software to keep in game chat friendly and supportive.
  • Survival worlds with no PVP and inventory protection.
  • Anti griefing software to protect your builds.
  • In game simple support ticket system for all players to access and ask for help.
  • Mini-games that add enhanced game play to Minecraft.
  • No pay to play, all items within the server shop can be bought with 'Points' which can be earned in game.
  • Friendly, supportive & helpful Admin/Moderation staff.
  • Safeguarding Children & Adults trained Owners & Staff
For more information please read our FAQ and Parent Information pages, we look forward to meeting you all on the server.

Remembrance Day 2014 - Sunday 9th November.

Elliswin AdminOwner
Elliswin @ paintball
posted Nov 9, 14  -  The CenotaphRemembrance Day 2014Veterans
Today all of the family spent the day in London, to be present at Whitehall to watch the Remembrance Day Parade, and to see the cannons fire and mark the beginning and end of the two minuets silence of remembrance on Horse Guards Parade Ground, some of you may already know that I am an ex-serviceman myself server in the Royal Navy for 10 years, during which time I saw action during the Gulf War of 1991.

This was the children's first visit to London for Remembrance Sunday, and I think they really appreciated the importance of it all, especially when they saw the absolutely huge number of service veterans all there to remember all those who have given their lives for the peace and freedom we enjoy today.

So it was with great pride that we stood among these people, these people who have served their country in both times of peace and times of war, these people who every year, on the same date, at the same time, stand in silence for two minutes to remember all those who never came home, these people I stood shoulder to shoulder with and I am proud to call my fellow veterans.

It was a very emotional day, but at the same time a fantastic day, we will be back again next year, but I will hopefully be a part of the parade myself, marching alongside my fellow ex-servicemen.

We have also built a memorial on the server, and if anyone wants to take a look at it, in a field of poppies, then you can visit it by using the warp /warp cenotaph.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

Have a fun but safe bonfire night.

Elliswin AdminOwner
Elliswin @ paintball
posted Nov 5, 14  -  bonfire night fireworksNews

Hello everyone,

The Win family will be celebrating Bonfire Night tonight at our local council organised firework spectacular, something we really enjoy every year, we love to see the huge bonfires and fireworks, it a fantastic & free event in Corby.

We hoped to be doing some fireworks within SafeCraft tonight but our display runs a bit late so we are hoping to put a display on for you at the weekend.

We hope you enjoy the evening what ever you are doing, but remember if your having fireworks at home, or are watching an organised display, stay safe and always follow the firework code:

1. Follow the Fireworks Code.

  •  Keep fireworks in a closed box
  •  Follow the instructions on each firework
  •  Light all fireworks at arms length
  •  Stand well back
  •  Never go back to a lit firework
  •  Never put fireworks in your pocket
  •  Never throw fireworks
  •  Keep Pets indoors [ click here ] for more on pets and fireworks

2. Use only BS 7114 Fireworks

  • Check this when you are buying. All reputable dealers will only sell fireworks to this standard and if you are ever offered any others leave them alone!

3. Take special care with sparklers

  • Sparklers can be beautiful and enjoyable for young children but adults must be aware of their potential. Sparklers are the cause of a disproportionate number of injuries but only a few simple precautions are necessary.
    •  Always supervise children with sparklers.
    •  Teach them to hold the sparkler at arms length, but not near anyone else
    •  Sparklers are not for the under 5s. They will be labelled as such and it is your responsibility.
    •  Have a container of water handy, big enough for the spent sparkler. Dump the sparkler in it as soon as it goes out.

Have fun everyone!

A song to make everyone ''Smile''

BattyWin Owner posted Nov 2, 14  -  NewsSmile

One of my favourite musicals of all time is ''Annie'' .

Today I heard the 2014 version of the song and it did what it was supposed to do, Put a smile on my face, so I thought I would share it with everyone.

If there's ever a time you feel sad or down just listen to it and it will cheer you up !

Always try no matter how hard it may be to keep a smile on your face.

Hello all this is an Important announcement, unfortunately due to recent updates within the server software running, and also due to issues with plugins not being updated by authors, we are no longer able to support the Villages plugin we recently installed or Protection Stones.

We will continue to look for a replacement to Villages, but until then we are willing to protect existing villages for players and grant different players access to the villages. I know this is not ideal but this is beyond our control.

Additionally Protection Stones is no longer in use either, so any homes that have been protected with protection stones will no longer be protected, we propose that from now on if players need an area protecting that they use the 'Simple help tickets' system to request an area be protected.

To request your area be protected simply stand in the area you want protecting and use the command /ticket followed by a message saying you want something protecting, for example you could do:

/ticket Please can you protect my house and garden

Then next time an admin member joins they will open the ticket, tp to your plot and protect your region, remember though when you submit your ticket you must be standing in the plot you want protecting

We apologise for these issues, and assure you we will try and find a replacement plugin for Villages, in the meantime remember we can protect an entire village for someone, and grant different players access to it.

We hope you continue to enjoy the survival servers and we think that this will even make things a little simpler for everyone.

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