Stilton Group of Churches is committed to safeguarding all those who attend the worship and other activities that we offer.
Stilton Group of Churches accepts the prime duty of care for children and vulnerable adults.
Stilton Group of Churches 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, 'Protecting All God's Children' (2010) and the Diocese of Ely Safeguarding Policy (2017) on which our policy is based.
The Stilton Groups Safeguarding Policy for children and vulnerable adults is available here.
The Stilton Groups Safeguarding Officer can be contacted on email email@example.com
If you have any safeguarding concerns here is an information sheet with contact details, this is also displayed in all our churches.
The Church of England's GDPR team have produced an Electoral Roll Privacy Notice which explains the GDPR issues for those individuals applying to the Electoral Roll. This Privacy Notice is available here.