We first gained Clubmark accreditation in 2010 which was successfully renewed in the 2013 season for 3 years.
By gaining ECB Clubmark accreditation SVCC are undertaking that we are prioritising junior development and creating a benchmark for high quality community club cricket.
Cricket clubs are required to present evidence and demonstrate implementation across four different themes, culminating in the production of a Club Development Plan which can be seen by registered club members on our Play-Cricket web site.
The four themes of Clubmark are:-
- Duty of Care and Safeguarding Children
- The Cricket Programme
- Knowing your club and its Community – One Game
- Club Management
More information can be found on the ECB website
For more information on Clubmark please contact:-
- Harry Robinson or
- Andy Richardson
- Select ‘Harry Robinson’ in the email form on our contact page
Our Club Welfare Officer is:-
SVCC Policy Documentation
- SVCC Constitution
- SVCC Code of conduct that applies to all members, their guests and visitors to the club
- SVCC Code of Conduct / Set of Rules for Young People
- SVCC Safeguarding Policy Statement
- SVCC Coaches Code of Conduct
SVCC Coaches Clubmark Documentation
For SVCC Coaches Clubmark documentation click this link
Grounds and Medical Information
Sevenoaks Vine Cricket Ground
Sevenoaks Vine, Hollybush Lane, Sevenoaks, TN13 3UH
Sevenoaks Vine is situated to the north of Sevenoaks town and, broadly, is situated between Dartford Road and Seal Hollow Road. There is a car park to the north west corner of the ground for use by cricketers and spectators in the summer months only. Whilst there is metered parking along the east side of the ground in Hollybush Lane we strongly advise against it as cars can get damaged by cricket balls. The club accept no liability for damage to cars parked there, or anywhere else around the ground.
See directions from Sevenoaks Vine cricket grounds to Princess Royal University Hospital, Orpington.
See directions from Sevenoaks Vine cricket grounds to Pembury Hospital, Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Otford Cricket Ground
Leonard Avenue, Otford, TN14 5RB
Orchard Field, Otford is situated at the end of Leonard Road which runs beside the The Woodman pub, right by the duck pond. Parking is entirely at the owners risk and the club accepts no responsibility for any damage caused to cars.
See directions from Otford cricket grounds to Princess Royal University Hospital, Orpington.
See directions from Otford cricket grounds to Pembury Hospital, Royal Tunbridge Wells.