The ECB’s ‘Safe Hands’ programme has developed and evolved over the last 13 years, but the overall aim remains the same. We want everyone involved in our recreational game to make children’s safety and well-being a major priority. The ECB also incorporates the ‘Safe Hands’ programme into our club accreditation programme ‘ECB Clubmark’, giving clubs and leagues clear guidance on how best to welcome young people into the sport and to keep them involved; YMCA CC has adopted this guidance and puts it into practice.

As we all know, team sports like cricket are a great way for children to acquire life-skills; learn how to work with others, interact with adults and take on specific roles and responsibilities.

Our individual club safeguarding policy statement

Guidance on changing rooms and showering facilities

Photography, filming and social media broadcast guidelines

Guidance on transport to and from matches/training

Guidance on managing children away from the club

Missing children guidelines

Welcoming and safeguarding children with a disability

Guidance for clubs on sun safety

Guidance for clubs on the use of social media, texts and email

Anti bulling policy

Our Club Welfare Officer is Tony Huszlicska. His contact details are as follows;
Phone; 07719 323 532
Email; Tony Huszlicska