Old Brentwoods Tennis Club takes child protection very seriously.  All our coaches are DBS checked and our Child Protection policy is displayed in the Club.  If you have any non-urgent concerns regarding the welfare of children at the club, please contact our Welfare Officer, Lorraine Giles. If a child is at immediate risk please call the police  


OLD BRENTWOODS TENNIS CLUB aims to create an enjoyable environment for all minis and juniors who wish to take part in tennis or other sport and social activities at the club. We do this through our Child Protection Policy and our Junior Charter.

We believe that children and young people have the right to be safe, secure and free from threat.

We believe that young people have the right to be treated with respect, and to have their concerns listened to and acted upon.

We will ensure that the club provides for the needs of junior members through specific programmes, designated facilities, and safe practice.

We have procedures in place to address poor practice, and to help any young person who appears to be at risk, or who appears to be the victim of abuse. We will offer help and support when a child or young person tells us that they are affected by these issues.

We will take steps to ensure that any club volunteers or professionals working with children are suitable to do so, through the use of references and background checks. We will ensure that all relevant people have been vetted and approved through the LTA’s DBS disclosure process.

We will ensure that all of those working with children are made aware of the LTA code of conduct for people working with children in tennis, and are required to follow it.

The club has an adult member who is specifically responsible for children, young people and child protection:

This person’s name is: Lorraine Giles 
She can be contacted at: or 07917150490

View our Diversity and Inclusion Policy Including Code of Conduct and Reporting Procedure