Welfare and child protection

We want all our athletes to feel safe and to be able to train and compete without being subjected to any form of harassment, bullying, verbal or physical abuse or excessive pressure. We have adopted the UKA Welfare and Child Protection policy as part of our club constitution. If you have any concerns about the way you (or your children) are treated by Club officers, coaches or officials, we encourage you to contact one of the welfare contacts listed below, and discuss the issue with them. Similarly, if you feel concern that another athlete, or a friend, is being subjected to any form of abuse, you should mention your concerns to one of the contacts. Any discussions you have will be treated in complete confidence, and the contacts will help to resolve or eliminate the problem, and have access to professional assistance if required.

The club’s Welfare Officer is: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Claire is our main welfare contact, and is frequently present at Monday evening training for young athletes. Our preferred method of contact is via email (click on Claire's name) but if there is a pressing issue, please call Claire on 01223 366996.

Alternative contacts to be used if the Welfare officer is not available include:

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Welfare and child protection contact details can be downloaded here.

The club's welfare policy is available here

UKA has produced a useful leaflet called Safe & Fun which can be found here

The club's Use of Photographic images policy can be found here

The club's policy for young athlete drop off and collection can be found here

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  • English Schools 2017 +

    Congratulations to our English Schools medallists. Thomas Keen (U17M 3000m), Julia Paternain (U20W 3000m) and Adelaide Omitowoju (U17W Triplejump) all took gold, and Stephanie Browne took silver in U15Girls Hammer. Unlucky Jordan Wood was 4th in the U20Mens steeplechase.

    C&C had 16 competitors in the Cambridgeshire team and one in the Bedfordshire team.

  • Scottish U20W 60m Hurdles champion +

    Finlay Marriott was a clear winner of the Scottish Under 20 Womens Indoor 60m Hurdles Championship at the Emirates Arena on 11th February with a time of 8.90 secs.

  • Superb County XC results +

    Magnificent results from the County Cross-country Championships.  C&C destroyed the competition.  Congratulations to all athletes and coaches.  For full results click here and for a match report click here 

  • Christmas Party +

    This year's C&C Christmas Party will be held at Anglia Ruskin University on Friday 15th December. There will be a salsa band and a buffet. Open to all C&C members and their guests. To buy a ticket  click here

  • Cardiac screening +

    Unexpected cardiac problems have the potential to affect all athletes.  Screening is now available.  For details follow this link.

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The Annual General Meeting of the Club will be on Tuesday 28th November 2017, at the clubhouse at 8:15pm

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