"Friendly Supportive Running for all Abilities"

BADGERS is fully committed to safeguarding and the wellbeing of all it's members and volunteers.
Ensuring a positive, welcoming and enjoyable experience for all.

Welfare Officers

Ann-Marie Currier

Volunteer Coordinator & Welfare Officer


Clare Whetton

Social & Welfare Officer and Coach


Our Welfare Officers are here to listen, support and protect our members. Members are encouraged to be open at all times and to share any concerns or complaints that they may have about any aspect of the club. Please don't hesitate to contact either Clare or Ann-Maire, they will listen to you openly and it will be kept in complete confidence where appropriate. If needed they may consult with England Athletics for further support and guidance.

Our Welfare Officers, Coaches and Run Leaders are all DBS checked.

All of our volunteers have agreed to the relevant UKA, Home Country Athletics Federations (HCAF) and BADGERS Codes of Conduct, Procedures and Policies.

Submit A Concern

If you believe that someone is in immediate risk, they you should call the police without delay on 999.


Codes of Conduct

We believe that all members of BADGERS should be treated equally and fairly.
In order to ensure the safety, wellbeing and enjoyment of our members we have codes of conducts that set out guidelines.
These are to ensure that all individuals know what behaviour is expected of them while representing the club.

BADGERS - Code of Conducts

General Data Protection Regulation (GPRD)

BADGERS are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. For any personal data you provide for the purposes of your membership, BADGERS is the Data Controller and is responsible for storing and otherwise processing that data in a fair, lawful, secure and transparent way.