The Lancashire Union of Golf Clubs is committed ensuring that all players who participate in the game can do so in a safe environment.
Our Safeguarding Policies and Procedures are for the benefit of all participants, spectators, employees and volunteers of the County and are intended to promote the objectives and principles set out below.
The person with principal responsibility within the County is the County Welfare Officer, Darron Tickle, in addition concerns can also be raised with Mark Bardsley (County Secretary).
firstname.lastname@example.org t: 07584 241551
Mark Bardsley: email@example.com t: 07500 066653
These Safeguarding Policies and Procedures apply to anyone under the age of 18 or to adults at risk of harm, which includes anyone who is unable to look after their own wellbeing, property, rights or other interest; and is at risk of harm (either from another person’s behaviour or their own behaviour); and because they have a disability, mental disorder, illness or physical or mental infirmity, or are more vulnerable to being harmed than other adults.
Wednesday 15th March 2023
Lancashire Union, in conjunction with England Golf, held it's first Sustainability Conference at Hurlston Hall on 14th March 2023 which was attended by 150 delegates from golf clubs in Lancashire.
Thursday 9th March 2023
John Moorcroft from S&A Golf Club elected as 2023 President
Thursday 19th January 2023
The Lancashire Union County Academy Programme is back! Apply now!
Monday 24th October 2022
After a break of two years due to COVID 19 the Lancashire Union Annual Dinner made a welcome return to the Dunkenhalgh Hotel.
Friday 30th September 2022
Lancashire have become English Men's County Champions for a record 13th time. Defeating Surrey, Derbyshire and reigning champions Gloucestershire at Royal Norwich Golf Club.
Thursday 4th August 2022
Lancashire win the Northern Counties Qualifier at The Hallamshire