We're back on the pitch!

The current guidance allowing up to 6 people to exercise outside whilst social distancing has lit the green light for dusting off those sticks and getting out on the pitch once again!

Whilst we remain vigilant and are adhering to the latest guidance from Government and England Hockey this is excellent news, and we are already planning for pre-season training to start very soon!

Please watch this space and our social media channels for further updates

Safeguarding and Protecting Young People In Hockey


Wallingford Hockey Club has fully adopted and implemented England Hockey's Safeguarding and Protecting Young People in Hockey policy

Everyone that is involved in hockey has a duty of care to others within the sport and a legal and moral duty to ensure their safety and welfare. It is essential that young people are provided with the right environment and surrounded by the right people with the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to support their growth. As a club it is essential that we provide a safe, effective, child friendly environment.

Safeguarding is about good practice when working with young people. It's about providing a culture that is young person focused, offers appropriate activities and has a two-way communication with young people and their parents or carers. As part of our commitment to develop young people, everyone has to be aware of the need to report concerns and deal with them correctly.

For information, if anyone has any questions, concerns, or would like to view hard copies of the policies, please don't hesitate to contact either of our Hockey Welfare Officers, Guy Windsor-Lewis and Claire Satchwell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Safeguarding and Protecting Young People Poster
Safeguarding and Protecting Young People Policy Certificate