Our Parish has a strong tradition of supporting others through the work of volunteer groups. We
are very grateful to those that volunteer within the parish, their work provides so many opportunities to learn and socialise, as well as bringing comfort to vulnerable parishioners.
Volunteering does, however, come with responsibilities, such as alerting any concerns to the
appropriate Safeguarding Representatives or the the Diocese of Northampton Safeguarding Office. This can be confidential, but we cannot promise that it will remain so, depending on the issue being
There are also expected behaviours that include respecting the needs of those you are visiting or
assisting and respecting boundaries.
If you are interested in volunteering for any of the
groups, please contact the parish office.
Every member of any approved parish volunteer group requires an up to date DBS check, which can
be obtained through the Safeguarding Reps.
individual is permitted to volunteer in the parish without clearance from the Safeguarding Representatives.
Please note that the safeguarding reps are volunteers too, so will attempt to make contact with
you once, and will follow up one more time, but if you fail to respond you will not be able to volunteer.