We take the welfare of all members of the club very seriously. We want everyone to feel welcome and safe at the club, regardless of background, and get as much enjoyment as possible from the sport.
We have adopted the British Rowing policy on Safeguarding and Protecting Children.
If you have any concerns about a child's safety whilst at the club, or any events or races that Agecroft is attending, then please contact the Club Welfare Officer (details opposite). Concerns, particularly if there is an urgent risk of harm to a child, can also be reported through statutory agencies (NSPCC, Local Children’s Social Care, LADO, and Police).
For anyone with a child protection or safeguarding concern relating to rowing, who may not wish or feel able to speak direct to the club, you can contact British Rowing, or the following organisations can offer help or support:
Code of conduct
All junior members and their parents are asked to sign our Code of Conduct statement (copies also available at the club house).
Club Welfare Officer (CWO)