BCC Mini’s Safeguarding Web Page,
Bristol Cricket Club is committed to ensuring all Children participating in cricket have a safe and positive experience and promotes the core values of Cricket,
- Customer First
Bristol Cricket Club, its Committee, Coaches and Managers, acknowledge the personal dignity and rights of children, towards whom they have a special responsibility and a duty of care.
Bristol Cricket Club will do everything possible to provide a safe environment for children and young people while they are in our care. If there is any reason to suspect neglect or that abuse has taken place, Bristol Cricket Club will report concerns to the appropriate authority.
The Club Safeguarding Policy and related documents are published on the club website and are available on the Mini’s Section noticeboard in the clubhouse.
If you have concerns about any issues related to the safety of young people at Bristol Cricket Club then please contact the Club Welfare Officer Martin Brown or a member of the Safeguarding Team.
The BCC Safeguarding Team can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Club’s Welfare Officer is Martin Brown,
- Clubs Mini’s Welfare Officer is James Farnfield,
- County Welfare Officer is Tom Boore, email@example.com
- ECB Safeguarding team, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the attached document for the full Bristol Cricket Club Safeguarding Polic.
The following are some useful links,
ECB Safeguarding and Protecting Children
ECB I’m IN – how everyone can help children enjoy cricket
The Magic Hockey Helmet
Outdoor Kids Sun Safety