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Club Welcome Pack includes:
- Introductory Letter (from the Chair)
- Athlete Code of Conduct
- Code of Conduct for Coaches, Club Officials and Team Managers
- Parents, Carers, Volunteers and Spectators
- Track Etiquette
We take our responsibilities towards the welfare of young people in Athletics very seriously and requires everyone in the club who has significant contact with children to have an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Contact e-mail addresses for welfare officers can be found on our club committee page
We believe that those with disabilities should have access as far as reasonably to the full range events we can offer. This commitment means that it will take all reasonable steps to meet both the general need for access as well as the specific needs of individuals who wish to benefit from those activities. We take positive action to adopt procedures and mechanisms which enhance the possibilities for those who have special needs to enter and play as active a part as they may wish at the club.
We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our members so they can participate in a relaxed and secure atmosphere club policy
Middlesbrough AC (Mandale) is administrated by unpaid volunteers, the committee/management of the club meet monthly and deal with the day to day business of the club, current officers and contact details.