Club Welfare

Bracebridge Heath Cricket Club prides itself on being at the forefront in terms of Club Welfare of both our Senior and Junior players as well as our members.

All our Captains, coaches and volunteers are all DBS checked, First Aid trained and have completed the “Safe Hands” online course. Every year we complete our “Club Mark” accreditation through the Lincolnshire County Cricket board which ensures that we meet all the criteria required to safely and properly run our Junior section.

Our club welfare officer is Craig Hunter who brings with him a wealth of experience having spent time as a welfare officer within the British Army and has also for 2017 completed a overhaul of all the clubs welfare documents as well as providing local club training to all our Captains, Coaches and Volunteers for the impending season.

If you have any questions, queries or concerns surrounding welfare at BBHCC please feel free to email Craig –

Please click the links below for our Club Welfare Documents –

2017 Parent / Carer Welcome Letter
2017 Welfare Policy
2017 Players profile for U18s
2017 IT and Social Media Policy
2017 Supervision Policy
2017 Photograph and Video Policy
2017 Changing and Showering Policy
2017 Welfare Guidance for Club Committee & Officials
2017 Members code of conduct
2017 Missing Child Policy
2017 Anti Bullying Policy