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Safeguarding Contacts

Contacts for Key Cathedral Officers

The Dean

The Very Revd Mark Bonney (Clergy)


Chapter Safeguarding Lead

Canon James Reveley (Clergy)


Departmental Safeguarding Officer: Senior Management Team and Administration

Jonathan Bell (Non Clergy)


Departmental Safeguarding Officer: Music and Worship

Canon James Garrard (Clergy)


Departmental Safeguarding Officer: Learning

Canon Jessica Martin (Clergy)


Safeguarding Officer: Edward Bear / Junior Church

Canon James Reveley (Clergy)

Cathedral Safeguarding Administrator
Sarah Coakley (Non-Clergy) | s.coakley@elycathedral.org

Cathedral Safeguarding Adviser (independent of Cathedral)
Lisa Pearson | 01353 652738 | lisa.pearson@elydiocese.org

Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (independent of Cathedral)

Rebecca Boswell | 07904 487912 | rebecca.boswell@elydiocese.org

Diocesan Safeguarding Officer (independent of Cathedral)

Sarah King | 07776 661798 | sarah.king@elydiocese.org

Diocesan Assistant Safeguarding Adviser (independent of Cathedral)

Sharon Gage | 07507 741295 | sharon.gage@elydiocese.org

Diocese of Ely Safeguarding information

If you need independent advice or support, or know of anyone who may benefit, the following links may be helpful:

Childline
NSPCC

Women's Aid

Stop it now! Confidential advice

Police Child Abuse investigation unit. Telephone 101

Survivor Support Services

View resources

Safe Spaces is a free and independent support service, providing a confidential, personal and safe space for anyone who has been abused through their relationship with either the Church of England, Church in Wales or the Catholic Church of England and Wales. It is being run by Victim Support, a national charity with a track record of providing survivor support.

Safe Spaces comprises a team of trained experts. This service is for those who may have experienced any form abuse, including sexual abuse, physical abuse, financial abuse, psychological abuse (including spiritual abuse), domestic abuse, coercive and controlling behaviour.