Equality and Diversity
Clayton Golf Club is committed to the principles of equality and diversity throughout its workforce, throughout its membership base and customers.
Clayton Golf Club considers that everyone should play their part in making golf inclusive and aims to ensure that all people, irrespective of their background, ability or Protected Characteristics, have a genuine and equal opportunity to work at the club become a member or participate in club life.
We are a working towards becoming an accredited club.
To achieve this we must meet the standards set by England Golf and share the mission of the SafeGolf partnership to safeguard the welfare of children and young people, as well as adults at risk, ensuring that all people have a fun, safe and positive experience in the sport of golf.
Everyone should be able to enjoy golf in a safe environment. We all have a responsibility to protect and safeguard children and adults at risk.
In order to do this we have appointed a Club Welfare Officer (CWO) and I would like to thank Paul Brooksbank for taking up the role on the clubs behalf.
One of the most important ways to do this is to report any concerns.
Clayton Golf Club’s Welfare Officer:
The Welfare Officer for Clayton Golf Club is Paul Brooksbank. His contact details are:
- Telephone: 07766310234
- Email: email@example.com
- Children Young People Safeguarding Policy Procedures Club (PDF 512 KB)
- Adults Safeguarding Policy Procedures (PDF 194 KB)
R&A Women in Golf Charter
The charter is a commitment to a more inclusive culture within golf.
Clayton Golf Club call on everyone involved in golf to play their part in developing a culture that values women’s involvement in every aspect of the sport, from participating to pursuing a career.
Our aim is to increase the number of women and girls playing and working in golf. To achieve this goal and to enable women to flourish throughout golf, we recognise the need for a fundamental shift in culture.
- Women in Golf Charter Commitments Clayton Golf Club (PDF 158 KB)