Safeguarding

Dunston Hall Golf Club is committed to ensure that all participants can thrive in a safe environment and that all children and young people have an enjoyable and positive experience when playing golf.

We all have a responsibility to protect and safeguard children and adults at risk. The attached safeguarding policies and supporting procedures (see below) set out a framework to fulfil this commitment.

One of the most important ways to do this is to report any concerns to Chrissie Owens (chrissie.owens@gmail.com) the Club Welfare Officer to liaise with England Golf who provide a national case management system and one-to-one support with safeguarding cases.

If you have immediate concerns about the welfare of any child or adult, contact the police on 101 or ring the NSPCC 24-hour free helpline on 0808 800 5000.

 

Copies of all our polices may be found below:

Safeguarding children and young people policy
Code of conduct for staff/coaches/volunteers
Code of conduct for young golfers
Code of conduct for parents
Photography policy
Social media guidance
Safeguarding Adults policy