Welfare at Waterstock Golf Club.

Chris Collinson is the  Welfare Officer  at Waterstock Golf  Club and is available to chat at the pro shop most days of the week or can be contacted  via e mail info

What is a Welfare Officer?

A Welfare Officer is a person within every organisation who will be available to listen to any concerns or complaints that anybody may have if worried about how a child is being treated physically or mentally. They are not there to investigate or judge, simply to ensure that the appropriate next step is made to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the junior in question.

Who can talk to a Welfare Officer?

A Child / Junior Golfer – If you don’t feel safe in any way at all.

A Parent – If you have any concern regarding your child or another child.

A Coach – If you are worried about the wellbeing of a junior golfer under your coaching care.

A Volunteer – If you have any concerns about the wellbeing of a junior golfer attending events.

Waterstock is an accredited SafeGolf venue by England Golf.

Click on the buttons below to download the policy documents.

Adult Safeguarding Policy Procedures
Children & Young People Safeguarding Policy Procedures