Club welfare

Isle of Ely Rowing club's Welfare Officer is Lyn Haynes, who ensures that Isle of Ely RC is compliant with British Rowing's guidance on child protection.

Lyn is responsible for ensuring that all adult volunteers and coaches are supported and that regular DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service formally CRB Check) procedures are followed.

For any issues relating to welfare or safeguarding matters for juniors and vulnerable adults please contact Lyn at

For information on British Rowing's Safe Guarding and welfare policy, please visit the British Rowing Website. 

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Club safety

Isle of Ely Rowing Club is committed to member safety. It follows all British Rowing and Environment Agency guidelines and has introduced a number of its own safety practices to ensure that all members are safe when out on the water. 

All members, and all those who boat from IOERC, are required to read and observe the Safety Guidelines and the associated Safety Documents. All members will be asked to complete a capsize drill, which will be arranged by the club.

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