Sussex County Ladies Golf Association Limited Company Rules are adopted by the Company under Article 5 at the Board meeting on 25 November
2019. Any reference to Articles in these Rules refers to the governing document for the Company
known as the Articles of Association.
Sussex County Ladies Golf Association Ltd (SCLGA Ltd) (‘The County’) shares England Golf’s belief that golf belongs to everyone. All who play and all who aspire to play must have an equal opportunity to do so. The County is committed to the principles of equality and diversity throughout its paid and volunteer workforce, throughout its membership base and any others with whom the County engages.
Click below to access the full SCLGA Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy.
Sussex County Ladies Golf Association Ltd (SCLGA Ltd) is committed to creating and maintaining a safe, positive and enjoyable environment for all individuals involved in golf and we seek to promote the principles of safeguarding in all that we do. We not only take the protection of children and young people very seriously but we have a similar duty of care to adults at risk. We retained our SafeGolf accredited status on 1 September 2023 for a further year.
In 2011 Sussex Golf Partnership reviewed its Safeguarding Policy and Procedures and in June 2012 a unified policy and procedures document was adopted by the Sussex Golf Partnership, the Sussex County Ladies Golf Association and the Sussex County Golf Union, named 'The Sussex Golf Safeguarding Policy and Procedures Document.
The Safeguarding Policy and Procedures Documents can be accessed below.
Further information on children and young people including applicable forms can also be accessed via the Junior Section.
Our dedicated Safeguarding Officer is Richard Wilson (contactable by email or by mobile: 07570 584191).
The SCLGA disciplianry policy is availabl;e to view and these Regulations apply to all Members, Honorary Members, Players
Participants, staff members, volunteers and contractors of the County.