Child Welfare

Collingham & Linton Cricket Club is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable environment for all young cricketers. The club has adopted the ECB’s ‘Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children’. This document can be accessed in two parts at the ECB’s website, through the following links

The club has also adopted the ECB Cricket Equity Policy, which can be viewed via this link:

Child Welfare Officers

The Club Child Welfare Officer is:

Neil will also be more than happy to discuss any issues you have regarding Child welfare. If you feel unable to raise your concerns with Neil then you may contact the County Welfare Officer, Ray Knowles on 07917 205860 or by email at


The club is currently working towards achieving Clubmark status, and has put into place the following child welfare policies as part of that process:-

Safeguarding Statement
Anti-Bullying Policy
Photography and Video Camera Policy
Transport Policy
Managing Children Away from the Club
Juniors Playing in Adult Matches
Changing and Showering Policy
Missing Children Policy
Volunteer Recruitment Policy
Junior Bowling Directive

The club has introduced the following codes of conduct which set out the standards of behaviour we expect from all club members, officials, juniors and parents:

The following contains useful information for dealing with an accident or incident