ECB Clubmark

Barnes CC successfully completed the Clubmark Reaccreditation Process in 2012. ECB Clubmark Cricket clubs are required to present evidence and demonstrate implementation across four different themes:

  • Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children
  • The Cricket Programme
  • Knowing your club and its Community – One Game
  • Club Management

Key Documents

Code of Conduct

Safeguarding Children and Child Protection

Barnes Cricket Club is firmly and enthusiastically committed to ensuring that cricket provides a safe, friendly and enjoyable experience for all children.

Berkshire Cricket Foundation - News - Club Welfare Officer Training - Safe  Hands - Courses

Safeguarding in Cricket is based upon the concept of providing an enjoyable cricket environment that is tailored to the needs and requirements of children.

ECB safeguarding children and child-protection website  contains full details of that Policy and other relevant documentation including information on vetting checks (more commonly known as Criminal Records Bureau checks).

Barnes Cricket Club fully supports the ECB Safe Hands Policy. All our coaches & volunteers are subject to the relevant Vetting checks and our coaches are all affiliated to the ECB Coaches Association.