Wells City Archers


Safeguarding is the preventative measures that we, as a club, and Archery GB, as the national governing body, take to keep children and adults at risk safe at our club. Archery clubs should be safe and welcoming places for all, and our club is no exception. We are committed to keeping everyone who engages with our sport safe from harm, and we proactively address this commitment with our policies, procedures and safe recruitment.

Safeguarding Concerns

If you are worried about a young person or adult at risk or receive information which you believe puts them at risk, it is vital you report your concerns. Doing nothing is not an option. It is standard practice in sport that even if an incident occurs outside of the club environment it must still be reported if the adult and/or young person concerned is involved in archery.

Idris Feather


Welfare Officer



Discrimination Concerns

Discrimination has no place on or off the archery range. We, as a club, are committed to taking all allegations of discrimination very seriously and will ensure that anyone can report it in the knowledge that we will act appropriately in line with our values and codes of conduct.

If you are worried about anyone, receive information which you believe puts somebody at risk, or if you have witnessed or experienced discrimination of any kind, it is vital you report your concerns.

For further information and to view safeguarding policies follow the link to Archery GB Safeguarding.

How to Report a safeguarding or discrimination concern

To report your safeguarding or discrimination concerns please email our safeguarding officer Idris, welfare@wellscityarchers.com. The email will only be seen by Idris who will get back to you as soon as possible to let you know how your concern will be addressed. All reports will be treated confidentially.


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