Beccles Tennis Club has a set of policies to assist with the safe running of the club for all its members. If you have any questions about these policies please contact Philip Tye: 01502 714506.
If you have any concerns regarding the safety or wellbeing of a club member please contact our Welfare Officer:
Craig Broadley-Naylor 01508 549974 [email protected]
Introducing our Welfare Officer:
Hi, my name’s Craig Naylor and I’d like to take the opportunity to introduce myself as the club’s new Welfare Office.
Having been involved in various clubs over the years from a playing and coaching perspective, I recognise the importance of tennis and the huge benefits this brings both socially and physically for all members of Beccles Tennis Club.
We are incredibly fortunate to have a burgeoning and successful junior section at the club, as well as established senior teams not forgetting our social mid-week and weekend players, and my role as Welfare Office, is to ensure everyone can enjoy their tennis in a safe and inclusive environment.
Over the coming months, I will be providing updates as well as useful information which I hope you can also share, in an appropriate and child-friendly way, to your children.
Primarily, I am here to act as the first point of contact for all children and adults, where concerns about welfare, discrimination, poor practice and abuse are identified. And, if you need to speak to me, my picture and contact details are displayed on the club’s notice board and website.
I am looking forward to meeting many of you over the coming year and wish you in the meantime a fun, happy and successful season ahead.
Craig Naylor, Club Welfare Officer .