Our safeguarding responsibilities

Bretton Baptist Church recognises its responsibilities in safeguarding all children, young people, and adults at risk regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity or ability. As members of this Church, we commit ourselves to the nurturing, protection and safekeeping of all associated with the Church, and will pray for them regularly. In pursuit of this, we commit ourselves to this Policy and to the development of sound procedures to ensure we implement our policy well.

Our safeguarding policy is currently being updated. If you have any queries, please contact Christine Graham.

Safeguarding contacts:

Christine Graham

Safeguarding trustee; Designated Person for Safeguarding (DPS) for adults; Deputy DPS for Children and Young People.

Nathanael Robinson

DPS for children and young people

Helen Culy

Deputy DPS for adults

Reporting a concern

If you have a safeguarding concern at Bretton Baptist Church you can contact us as follows:

Children and young people:

Nathanael Robinson -

Christine Graham -


Christine Graham -

Helen Culy -