Club Welfare Safeguarding and Child Protection
Cycling should be a safe and positive experience for everybody. All those involved in the sport have a part to play in safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk. To assist with this, British Cycling will offer support and guidance, reflective of good practice, to all our members.
One of the most important way to protect and safeguard children and adults at risk is to report any concerns. It’s important that you can talk to someone if you are worried or upset. This may be your parent/carer, a teacher or your Club Welfare Officer.
The following are all points of confidential contact:
Matlock Cycling Club Welfare Officer for Safeguarding and Child Protection
Tel: 0161 274 2082
Out of hours Tel: 0161 274 2002
If there isn’t someone you feel that you can talk to, you can call Childline 0800 1111 or contact them via www.childline.org.uk.
In case of an emergency situation contact:
NSPCC: 0808 800 5000
Matlock Cycling Club is one of over 300 Go-Ride Cycling Clubs in the country delivering high quality cycling opportunities for young people. The club registered as a Go-Ride Club in 2003 and achieved British Cycling’s prestigious Go-Ride Clubmark status in 2006. Clubmark is a universally acknowledged cross sport scheme introduced by Sport England for community sports clubs, which recognises high standards in welfare, equity, coaching and club management.
Matlock Cycling Club follow the safeguarding procedures and guidance given by British Cycling for children and vulnerable adults. Our Coaches are required to be checked through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) as part of their qualification as coaches.
Details of the British Cycling policies which Matlock CC adhere to can be found on their website here:
If you have a concern you can use the report form below: