Broomhill Lawn Tennis and Squash club aims to create an enjoyable environment for all those who wish to take part in sport and social activities at the club, including children and vulnerable adults.
The club acknowledges that all participants have the right to be safe, secure and free from threat.
The club acknowledges that all participants have the right to be treated with respect and for their concerns to be listed to and acted upon.
The club acknowledges that every person who plays sport should be able to participate in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from abuse.
The club acknowledges that it is the responsibility of everyone involved in sport to safeguard others.
The club recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all vulnerable people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying.
The club will encourage specific programs and facilities designed for members, with adequate supervision.
The club has procedures in place to help anyone who requests help and support on a confidential basis, in issues relating to Child Protection.
The club will ensure that any club members, coaches and volunteers working with potentially vulnerable people are aware of and apply for the LTA Code for Those Working with Children in Tennis, and have either undertaken a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure or at the very least signed a club self-declaration form.
The Club has appointed an adult member to be Welfare Officer who is specifically responsible for the above policy being adhered to, and who can be contacted regarding matters relating to the welfare of participants at the club:
This person’s name is:
And the contact telephone number is
07497 079464 0141 959 3379