Child Welfare Officer

Club Welfare Officer - Lorraine Skelton

I have been the Club welfare officer since January 2014. My son currently plays in the U15 age group and my daughter also played in a mixed team until her GCSE studies began to take up more time. My husband Reg is a regular scorer, so I am happy to say that as a family we have been actively involved in the club for some years.

I am DBS checked, as are all Hurley coaches, and I am always available to discuss any welfare issues or concerns. I am often at the club on Sundays, and you can also contact me via email at lThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. My details will also be on the notice board in the clubhouse when we start training and playing at the club.  I wish everyone an enjoyable and successful season!

ECB Safe Hands Policy

The ECB has produced Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children as part of its commitment to ensuring that the game provides a safe, friendly and enjoyable experience for children.

The Policy provides the sport with the tools to ensure that the whole game takes up the challenge of continuously improving the participation conditions for children. Safe Hands greatly enhances the value of existing activities and practices throughout ECB's extensive club and schools network and ensures that the many thousands of coaches and volunteers integral to the game are supported.

The Policy is backed up by a comprehensive training and education programme, a structured implementation plan and a sensitive process to respond to concerns.

Safe Hands Documentation

More information on the ECB’s Safe Hands Programme can be found here. 


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