Welsh Fencing (WF) follows the BFA Policy on Child Protection & Welfare.
Please refer to this link for the BFA policy on this topic.
All Clubs offering fencing to under 18’s and vulnerable adults should have a Welfare Officer in place who is not connected to any coach within the club. All Welfare Officers should be DBS cleared, and preferably be members of Welsh Fencing at an appropriate level, eg Support, if not actively fencing. For details on how to gain DBS clearance, please follow this link: DBS Registration
In case of difficulty, please contact the WF Welfare Officer.
Welsh fencing purchase equipment (such as spools, scoring equipment, pistes etc) for use in Welsh Fencing promoted events. This includes the full domestic Welsh Calendar, the Welsh Open, Senior 5 Nations, and any future events which may include Junior 5 Nations, Senior/Junior CFFC's.
It is the policy of the Board that this equipment not be available to clubs, event organisers or other Governing Bodies for their use in order to ensure its availability for the events for which it has been purchased.
UK athletes are advised to be cautious and vigilant in their choice to use any supplement. No guarantee can be given that any particular supplement, including vitamins and minerals, ergogenic aids and herbal remedies is free from prohibited substances. It is important to be aware that some supplements have been found to contain prohibited substances that were not listed on the product label.
Contact press/publicity officer Carl Difford with all results and information about other newsworthy fencing events involving clubs or individuals - reports or previews.
Please provide as much detail as you can and be as prompt as possible in order to meet the deadlines of the various publications and other media outlets supplied. Include pictures whenever relevant.
Journalists, photographers or researchers seeking information are also welcome to contact Carl via the above link.
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