Our Mission statement reflects our determination to be a loving presence in our communities. We recognise that loving requires us to actively promote the welfare of all who are vulnerable, whether they are children or adults.

We work together to prevent harm from occurring or to manage risk. This is Safeguarding. Each of our Churches have a Safeguarding Officer and you can find out who they are and how to contact them by clicking on the individual Churches below. 

What to do if you have a concern

If you are worried about a child or an adult it it best to seek advice, no matter how unsure you are. There are several people who you can contact:

Rev'd Sarah Tierney (Priest in Charge)
01476 360768

Click on the relevent Church below to see who is the Safegaurding Officer. Or if your concern is about someone in Stroxton, Wyville with Hungerton or Woolsthorpe you can conact the Priest in Charge or the Parish Safeguarding Officer for Denton or Harlaxton.

If you want to speak to somene outside the parishes then please contact the Diocean Safeguarding Team. 

For advice on all safeguarding issues including allegations or suspicions of abuse contact:

Jack Redeyoff
Mobile: 07885 999907


Diocesan Survivor Advocate Gemma Marks-Good
Mobile: 07487 242910

Policy and Practice

Each Church in our group has agreed to follow The Church of England's Policy Statement for Safeguarding. Our commitment to this is reviewed each year after our annual meeting. You can find a copy of this document below or request a copy from the Priest in Charge.

Our Overarching Safeguarding Policy Document Promoting a Safer Church 

What if I have specific concerns and need more advice?

  • The Emergency Services (Urgent): 999
  • Local Police: 101
  • Childline: 0800 1111
  • Stop It Now! (NSPCC): 0808 800 5000
  • Elder Abuse: 0808 808 8141
  • Domestic Violence: 0808 2000 247


Safeguarding - Barrowby Church

Safeguarding statement for All Saints Barrowby

Safeguarding - Gt Gonerby Church

Safeguarding statement for St Sebastian Gt Gonerby

Safeguarding - Harlaxton Group

Safeguarding statement for the Harlaxton Group

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