BowlsWales is committed to making Bowls a safe sport for all its members.


​BowlsWales is the Coordinated Body for bowls, and it is our responsibility to ensure that everyone has the right to a safe, secure environment.

In the event of any query or for further information regarding Safeguarding please contact

BowlsWales National Safeguarding Officer:

Keeley Spriggs


Lead Safeguarding Officer via email to:

Peter Brill


BowlsWales Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding Adults at Risk in Sport Policy and Procedures

Safeguarding Appendix 9A - Reporting Procedure

Safeguarding Appendix 18 - Good Practice Guidelines Social Media

Safeguarding - Code of Conduct

Disclosure and Barring Service - definition and contacts


Every club that offers junior bowls activity must be supported with a registered Club Welfare Officer.

Each club must make this officer known to all members of the bowls club, with appropriate contact details readily available so any children or parents/carers know who to contact with any concerns.

All CWO’s will have to have completed a Time To Listen course.

Furthermore, it is good practise for coaches and volunteers to be aware of all safeguarding issues and the scUK Safeguarding and Protecting Children Course supports these people. For more information please see below

Safeguarding Adults Week 2022

We are supporting Safeguarding Adults week 2022. Check out the BowlsWales social media channels all week, from 21st November. Here are a series of fact sheets for safeguarding adults.

#SafeguardingAdultsWeek #SAW2022

County-Lines-Factsheet SAW 2022

Elder-Abuse-Factsheet SAW 2022

Safeguarding-in-Everyday-Life-v1 SAW 2022

Safer-Cultures-Factsheet SAW 2022

Self-Neglect-Factsheet-v1 SAW 2022

Tech-Society-Fact-Sheet SAW 2022

Additional useful links include:​


BowlsWales is committed to making Bowls a safe sport for all its members.