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Sunday, March 15, 2020

Norfolk Ladies’ County Golf Association (NLCGA) strive to ensure that all children, young people and adults at risk, are safeguarded from abuse and have an enjoyable golfing experience.

Everyone in Norfolk who is involved in golf has a shared responsibility to support this by promoting the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk.

England Golf has launched the SafeGolf accreditation for affiliated clubs. This will demonstrate that clubs have put in place a standardised, recognised and robust system that places the welfare of young and vulnerable people first.

As this is a matter of such importance, failure to achieve accreditation during 2020 is a serious issue and this could lead to disaffiliation of England Golf. County bodies will also be required to achieve SafeGolf accreditation in this period.

Club Support Officers (CSOs) will assist clubs in 2020 by providing the documents and templates they need in order to achieve accreditation by January 2021.

Full details of the SafeGolf accreditation process and documents may be found by Clicking Here

For further help please contact the England Golf Norfolk CSO: Jordan Dymond or Karen Woodrow the Norfolk Welfare Officer.

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