Ronde CC Welfare Officer: Chloe Watson
The Role of the Welfare Officer
The Welfare Officer is to ensure that all club members continue to enjoy the club as they should by being the first point of contact for any and all queries, concerns and comments.
This could be anything fromb a member wanting to highlight antisocial behaviour on a ride to concerns over inappropriate leg wear - no white shorts in the rain... please!
All correspondence is treated in confidence and information will never be passed on without your consent. However please bear in mind that if investigation and action is required to be undertaken, the Welfare Officer will need to share details with the executive committee.
Welcome! I joined Ronde CC back in June 2015 as a complete novice rider. I was hooked immediately and within a few weeks I had completed my first 100km, having been encouraged by existing club members. Since then I've been out on my bike almost every week, and more recently I have branched out into a little track cycling too!
Ronde CC is an inclusive and supportive club and this culture is something I aim to promote in my role as welfare officer. With a host of Saturday rides every week and a number of 'epics' throughout the year, Ronde CC enables every club member to progress and challenge themselves.