Braintree Golf Club


Safeguarding in golf

Everyone should be able to enjoy golf in a safe environment 

We all have a responsibility to protect and safeguard children and adults at risk

England Golf has launched SafeGolf, and all affiliated Clubs are working towards accreditation

Braintree Golf Club's information and policy documents are below:-

Safeguarding policy for children & young people  here

Safeguarding adults policy  here

Welfare Officer details  here

  • If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child in golf, or outside the sport, or concerns about the behaviour or practice of a coach or organiser, or anyone else involved in the sport, talk to the England Golf governance team on 01526 351824 or email
  • 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
    • Concerns might include:
    • Bullying of children by their peers or by adults
    • Individuals exploiting their position to gain access to children
    • Placing unrealistic performance expectations on children
    • Lacking awareness of the needs for safeguarding
    • Poor planning

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