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This is to inform you that the revised Safeguarding Policy known as “The Church in…
A4 size posters Safguarding-Policy-poster-English Safguarding-Policy-poster-Welsh A full version of the Church in Wales’…
The Church in Wales is committed to fostering an environment where everyone is able…
Disclosure and Barring checks are an essential part of the Church in Wales and…
Why am I being asked for a DBS check? In general, you will be…
The Church’s commitment to protecting children and adults at risk continues with the appointment of a new safeguarding manager.
Find out how churches can focus on the thousands of young people who go missing in Wales
The Representative Body office is moving into Cardiff city centre
The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, will retire on Tuesday after nearly 14 years at the helm of the Church and 24 years as a bishop.
Children, young people and vulnerable adults are at the heart of a reinforced strategy aimed at ensuring churches are safe places for all.
The protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults in churches will be on the agenda of a key meeting this month.
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