Cycling should be a safe and positive experience for everybody. All those involved in the sport have a part to play in safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk. To assist with this, Wolverhampton Wheelers Cycling Club will offer support and guidance, reflective of good practice, to all our members.

One of the most important way to protect and safeguard children and adults at risk is to report any concerns.


If there is no immediate risk but you have concerns about the welfare of a child or adult at risk, or you have concerns about the behaviour or practice of a coach, or anyone else involved in the sport, It’s important that you can talk to someone if you are worried or upset. This may be your parent/carer, a teacher or one of our Club Welfare Officers.

Our Club Welfare Officers are:

  • Natalie Lovell
  • Simon Brooke

Our welfare officers are British Cycling accredited and are fully DBS checked.