Ridgeway Community Church takes the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults very seriously.

Safeguarding activities are administered by a safeguarding policy based upon a model issued by CCPAS, covering children and young people’s work, vulnerable adults, maintaining a healthy environment, managing those who pose a risk, home visiting, recruitment, and reporting incidents. This policy is governed by a dedicated Safeguarding Team including members from the Didcot and Wallingford congregations. The Safeguarding Team reports to the Trustees of Ridgeway Community Church.

If you need to report a safeguarding incident then please contact the Safeguarding Team Chair and Wallingford Coordinator, Quillon Harpham, or the Vice Chair and Didcot Coordinator, Sarah Beynon, using the Ridgeway Community Church contact details on this website. If the incident concerns either of these individuals then please contact CCPAS using the contact details on their website.