Cathedral exterior in autumn with fallen leaves on the ground


Our Commitment

Our Commitment  

Salisbury Cathedral is committed to ensuring it provides a safe and caring environment for all, including children and adults who may be at risk of abuse and neglect.

We aim to create safe environments within which our welcome to all is matched by proper and effective safeguards. We act promptly on any complaints made, working in close partnership with Salisbury Diocese on any such matters.

Along with the Cathedral’s safeguarding documents below, two papers issued by the Diocese have been made available. The full Past Cases Report (PCR2) and its Executive Summary were issued on Wednesday 5 October.

Chapter will ensure we work towards implementing Policy requirements. This is supported by the work of the Cathedral’s Independent Safeguarding Group and discussions with the Diocesan Safeguarding Management Group.

Our staff and volunteers who work with children and vulnerable adults, are provided with safeguarding training and support.

If you have a general enquiry relating to safeguarding at Salisbury Cathedral please click below to email Jackie Molnar, Executive Director and Chapter Clerk, or call 01722 555105.

Make a general safeguarding enquiry

If you have a specific safeguarding concern or complaint click below to email the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Jeremy Carter or call him on 01722411922/ 0746985788.

Raise a safeguarding concern or complaint

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The Chapter of Salisbury Cathedral accepts and adopts in full the contents of The Church of England’s Safeguarding Policy for children, young people and adults, ‘Promoting a Safer Church’.

Salisbury Cathedral, July 2017