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Club Welfare & Important Documents
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Boston Rowing Club takes the welfare of its members and visitors very seriously. Our duty of care is to everybody who enters our premises or anyone who represents our club at events. Boston Rowing Club particularly pays attention to members under the age of 18.

Sue Gavey our Club Welfare Officer (CWO) is our designated point of contact for anyone who has concerns relating to any Welfare issues.

If you ever have concerns surrounding the welfare of club members or anyone on our premises please contact the CWO immediately.  If they are not available please leave contact details and try to contact the Club Chairman.

To ensure the welfare of our members we ask that you keep your health and contact details up to date. If there are any changes please contact the Membership Secretary or Head Coach.

All important information can be found on the club website and is also on our notice board in the lobby area of the boathouse.

British Rowing – How Much How Often
http://www.britishrowing.org/Welfare/BritishRowingWG3.2-181110.pdf

Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy Feb 2013
http://www.britishrowing.org/files/pages/22685/SPCG%20Policy%20Feb%202013.pdf

Row Safe - http://www.britishrowing.org/taking-part/staying-safe/rowsafe

Code of practice for parents or carers - Click to open

Code of practice for officials and volunteers - Click to open

Code of practice for junior members - Click to open

Website: www.bostonrowingclub.co.uk/ • Email: bostonrowingclub@gmail.com
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