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Useful Contacts

Welsh Rugby Union Safeguarding Advisor
Jeremy Rogers
Tel No. 02920 822442

Welsh Rugby Union Club Operations Team (Safeguarding)
WRU Centre of Excellence
Vale of Glamorgan Hotel and Country Club
Hensol Park
Pontyclun CF72 8JY
Tel. No. 02920 822215

NSPCC National Centre
42 Curtain Road
London Helpline: 0808 800 5000

Childline UK
Freepost 1111
Tel No. 0800 1111

NSPCC Cymru/Wales
Child Protection Helpline
Tel. No. 0808 100 2524

NSPCC - WALES - Child Protection in Sport Unit
Sport Wales National Centre
Sophia Close
CF11 9SW
Tel. No. 02920 334975

NSPCC - NATIONAL - Child Protection in Sport Unit
3 Gilmour Close
Beaumont Leys
L4 1EZ
Tel. No. 0116 234 7278

NSPCC 24 hour Helpline
Tel. No. 0808 800 5000

Tel No. 020 7730 3300

Anti-Bullying Alliance

Disclosure and Barring Service
Tel. No. 0300 0200 190

Wales Council for Voluntary Action
Tel. No. 0800 288 8329

Useful Documents

Name Document
Aide Memoire to complete Witness Accounts PDF
Coaches, Team Managers and Club Officials Code of Conduct PDF
CSO Role Description PDF
Don't Tackle it Alone PDF
Filming for a Coaching Purpose Consent Form PDF
ID Requirments for DBS Checks PDF
Match Officials Code of Conduct PDF
Overnight Stay Checklist PDF
Parents Code of Conduct PDF
Photograph/Video Consent Form PDF
Players Code of Conduct PDF
Responding to Allegations of Abuse or Poor Practice in a Rugby Environment PDF

Responding to Allegations of Abuse or Poor Practice Outside a Rugby Environment

Safeguarding Contact Numbers PDF
Spectators Code of Conduct PDF
Volunteer Vetting and Risk Management Diagram PDF
WRU Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk Policy - CYM PDF
WRU Safeguarding Incident Referral Form PDF


Minis to Millennium

Minis to Millennium

The development of the game in Wales starts at U7 level and follows talent development through to senior representative and community rugby


Club Development

Club Development

Learn more about the changing face of clubs in Wales, the funding options available, and the methods of developing the hubs of the community game


Leisure Rugby

Leisure Rugby

Rugby Camps, Touch Rugby and Rugby Tots are all covered in this section covering wider aspects of the community game and development


Coaching Development

Coaching Development

The WRU Coach Education Programme aims to develop the right coach for every player at every stage of their development in the game


Referee Development

Referee Development

The varying levels of refereeing courses enable prospective referees and touch judges to start or build on the skills necessary to become a bona fide, qualified match official


Find a Club

Club Contacts

Interested in joining a rugby club in Wales? Find contact information for all WRU Member Clubs




The welfare of children within Rugby Union is paramount and the WRU are committed to ensuring the correct policies are adhered to within the game.




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