The aim of the club is to provide access to cricket for all in a safe and welcoming environment.

As well as being a nominated Focus Club that reflects a proven record in developing young cricketers the club has also attained Club mark. This is the benchmark in good practice in managing a cricket club particularly in respect of youth cricket. The club works to the England and Wales Cricket Board's (ECB) Safe Hands Child Welfare Policy. A copy of this document can be found on the ECB website, a link is provided HERE.

 All coaches and officials that are involved in junior cricket are subject to a full disclosure Criminal  Records Bureau (CRB) check  by the ECB. each age group has at least  one qualified coach to ECB Level 1 . Furthermore, the club actively encourages and supports coach development by them attending coaching courses and by mentoring from senior coaches at the club.

The club has a number of coaches qualified to ECB level 1,2 and . All coaches must attend a Child Welfare Workshop and also must take and pass First Aid Appointed Person  accreditation The club also encourages all coaches to become members of the ECB Coaches Associatio

The Club has appointed Club Welfare Officer, Mrs D Lockton. If you have any concerns or queries, in the first instance please contact Mrs D Lockton on 01664 424422 or meet her in person. you can also speak to Mr John Williamson,  Club Chairman, or Mr John Shipman the Club Youth Chairman. 

Barrow Town CC welcomes everyone to the club, by they a player, official, supporter or a new member. 

The club has ratified and adopted a Code of Conduct for members and it is expected that all members or visitors to the club should adhere to. A copy of the Barrow Town CC Code of Conduct is available.