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SAFEGUARDING

WELFARE AT WOKING

Woking Gymnastics Club places the utmost importance on the well-being and safety of our participants, coaches, and staff. Our primary goal is to create an environment where individuals, whether children or adult, can engage in gymnastics with a sense of enjoyment, security, and empowerment as they strive to reach their full potential. 

Our Board-level Welfare Group, led by Senior Management members with extensive experience in welfare matters, is dedicated to ensuring the continuous operation of our robust welfare monitoring system. This system is designed to provide diligent care for all individuals involved in our gymnastics community. 

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OUR WELFARE TEAM

If you wish to speak to us about a welfare concern please contact our Lead Welfare Officer in the first instance via welfare@wokinggymnastics.co.uk  or by calling the LWO on  01483 904663 during office hours.
Please do not email welfare concerns to other members of staff

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Steve Elwood

Club Welfare Officer

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Lola Sheehan

Club Welfare Officer

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Lauren Hobbs

Club Welfare Officer

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Jessica Spragg

Lead Welfare Officer

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Gemma Parker

Club Welfare Officer

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Zadesha Thobias- Nchese

Club Welfare Officer

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Annabelle Goodhand-Tait

Club Welfare Officer

REGIONAL OFFICERS:

Our regional Welfare Officers can be contacted via southeast.rwo2@british-gymnastics.org or 07905019357 (Mike Geyaux) 07774423148 (Dawn Hyland)

If you think a child or young person is at risk of significant harm or abuse, or require urgent protection, call the Police on 999 and/or your local Social Services.

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