Jane Van de Peer – Child Welfare Officer

Name: Jane Van De Peer

Club Role/s?  Club Welfare Officer

 What does this involve?

Having attended the ECB ‘Safe hands in your Club’ workshop, I am responsible for promoting good practice in safeguarding and protecting children within the club. I am the first point of contact for all club safeguarding issues and I can be used as a resource for advice on current best practice.

What do you do in “real life”?

I am a registered nurse, and I am the Ward Sister of the inpatient unit at Arthur Rank House, where we provide specialist palliative care for patients with a life limiting illness.

 How did you get involved with Chippenham Cricket Club?

I became involved with the club due to my husband’s passion for sport!

What is your first cricketing memory?

My first cricketing memory is a test match on the television and my father watching avidly. I found it so boring!! However, I have had a change of heart due to witnessing some of the adventures Chippenham Cricket Club have had over the fifteen years we have lived in the village!

Jane van de Peer