Great St Mary’s is committed to safeguarding all those who attend the worship and other activities that we offer. Safeguarding promotes the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and includes all actions to protect them from harm.
- Great St Mary’s accepts the duty of care for children and vulnerable adults.
- Great St Mary’s follows recommended safeguarding practice in recruiting, training and supporting our ordained and lay ministers, our employees and our volunteers.
- We follow the House of Bishops’ Policy statement, ‘Promoting a safer church‘ (2017) and guidelines from the Diocese of Ely.
- Great St Mary’s Safeguarding Policy for children and vulnerable adults is available to read and download HERE
Any concerns can be discussed in confidence with the safeguarding officer, Julie Crockford, who can be contacted HERE or by phoning 07394 323 978 or 01223 747273.