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SEAS Documents

SEAS is a Registered Charity that provides waterborne activities for disabled people, their families and carers on the Menai Strait in North Wales. The charity is overseen by the trustees who are responsible for ensuring financial propriety, safeguarding, policy and procedures, and grant applications on behalf of the charity. The activities are all organised and run by fully trained, qualified and experienced volunteers under the auspices of the Conway Centre, the largest outdoor education centre in the UK. Many of the volunteers are nationally recognised subject matter experts in their own field of activities, such as sailing, kayaking or powerboating.

SEAS is extremely grateful to the local people and businesses of North Wales without whose donations, support and encouragement SEAS would not exist.

“Out of all the things that we do for our members, nothing has a greater beneficial effect on our members than SEAS activities”. Dot Gallagher, Chairperson, MenCap Mon.

SEAS Sailability Constitution

SEAS Sailability Charity Commission Certificate

SEAS Equality and Diversity Statement and Code of Conduct

SEAS Sailability Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedures

SEAS Sailability Safeguarding Children Policy and Procedures

SEAS Sailability Policies and Procedures follows the 'Wales Safeguarding Procedures' for all activities involving children, young persons or adults at risk. 

SEAS Good Practice Guide for Instructors, Coaches and Volunteers

SEAS Under 18 Participants and Parents Code of Conduct

SEAS Attendance Terms and Conditions

SEAS Registration Form

Polisi Iaith Gymraeg SEAS

SEAS Environmental Policy


SEAS Sponsorship Form

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