Golden Hill Cricket Club is pleased to announce its new partnership with #HerGameToo, a movement and campaign that was originally set up to raise awareness of sexist abuse within football. The #HerGameToo movement has grown to now also encompass our game, cricket.
One Team, One Club, One Community
Women and girls cricket at Golden Hill has experienced steady growth over recent years and our membership now boasts 33 senior female players and 136 female youth players. As a club we pride ourselves on our commitment to safeguarding, inclusivity and diversity for all and our club must always be a safe space for all players, supporters and other visitors.
We are committed to ensuring that Golden Hill remains a safe and welcoming environment for all visitors and we have zero tolerance for sexist abuse or harassment of any kind.
Through our partnership with #HerGameToo, we hope to send the message that Golden Hill is a welcoming and inclusive environment for all supporters, players and others.
In the unlikely but highly unfortunate event that you were to experience sexist abuse or harassment at Golden Hill, you have a couple of different reporting options. You may report your concern via the club's "reporting a concern" form here (this form can also be used to report any other concerns/issues relating to club facilities, conduct of players, club officials (captains, coaches, committee members, etc.) and more). You can also report directly through #HerGameToo at https://www.hergametoo.co.uk/report and you will have the opportunity to remain anonymous and can choose whether or not you consent to #HerGameToo sharing your concern(s) with us.
Safeguarding at Golden Hill Cricket Club
At Golden Hill CC, we are committed to safeguarding children and adults alike. If you have any safeguarding concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Club Safeguarding Officer via firstname.lastname@example.org.