Child Protection

We are committed to making sure that young people can enjoy fencing in a safe and fun environment.
Fencing Fun follows the Child Protection and Anti-Bullying policies of British Fencing.
For more information, please read our Child Protection in Fencing document
Please do not hesitate to contact our Child Protection Officer (Mark Penman) if you have any questions or concerns.

Mark Penman – welfare.fencingfun@gmail.com

Fencing Fun  coaches are required to be registered and to follow the British Fencing Coaches Code of Conduct.
Fencers training at the club are required to follow the British Fencing Code of Conduct.
Find out more about these policies at the British Fencing Policies Pages and the British Fencing Welfare Pages.

Fencing Fun – CODE OF CONDUCT

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