Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility: we all need to be aware that this can be an issue anywhere, and that it may affect anyone: in the towns or the country; rich or poor; young or old; male or female, whatever one's background and culture.

The welfare of any person who feels vulnerable - child or adult - must always be held paramount, no matter how uncomfortable that may be, because only then can we create a church that is safer for everyone.

We worship in a Methodist Church building and have adopted the Methodist Church Safeguarding policy. 

It can be found HERE. Please scroll down to find the names of people to contact.