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Looking After Young Players (Safeguarding)

As a club we adhere to the England and Wales Cricket Board’s ’Safe Hands’ Policy for Safeguarding Children in Cricket. All of the adults at the club who come into contact with children meet the necessary criteria and are checked and vetted by the ECB. Whilst we hope your child will be happy and content at the club, we understand that sometimes questions, concerns or difficulties may arise. Please feel able to raise these as soon as possible, so we can rectify things at the earliest opportunity. We will shortly have two qualified safeguarding officers in the club and please feel free to contact Claire or Will Bathurst if you have any concerns at all. You can email them by clicking HERE

Our goal is to inspire all your children with a love of the game and help them develop their individual skills. To help achieve this, we believe passionately in high coach to child ratios and try as far as possible to match ability of the player with games. 

The ECB’s Policy for safeguarding Children in cricket, is available to view HERE and a copy of our club one is available on our website in the policies sections. 

If you have any concerns about your child, another child or about the behaviour of any adult at the club, please speak to Claire Kilby, the Club Welfare Officer. If your concern is about Claire you may contact Will Bathurst as our back-up Welfare officer or the County Welfare Officer , Ellen Mutch on tel. 07852 815430 or email countysafeguarding@glosccc.co.uk