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Muge Collier

Muge joined the club in 2022, first as a parent, then sooner started training herself. Muge currently holds the Green Belt, and very active in class. Muge recently took the role of the club welfare officer. Muge enjoys Poomsae and has plans to compete at the 3rd Best Leg International Open Poomsae 2024. 

For all information in regards welfare or if you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact Muge directly via email


"Hello all,


British Taekwondo has decided that all their member clubs who work with under 18s should have a Club Welfare Officer (CWO) from 1st June 2024. I have been offered the position which I gladly accepted.  I have completed the first part of the CWO training and am looking forward to tackling the second part asap. By way of a short introduction, my name is Muge (pronounced Mewgeh) Collier, I am both a parent and a student of our club. I have been a civil servant for the best part of 25 years and my last job was with a UK Law Enforcement Agency; so I am familiar with Safeguarding and Child Protection concepts. Having said that, this is my first time being a Welfare Officer, so it will be a learning curve for me. In the coming months, I shall endeavour to put in place/update the necessary procedures and documents specific to our club but in the meantime, I think it is a good idea to familiarise ourselves with the British Taekwondo's newly updated "safeguarding children" policy.  This is important because it is everyone's responsibility; club employees, volunteers, parents, and fellow students, to keep the children and young adults of our Club safe and well and I will be the first port of call for any concerns, anyone might wish to raise. The attached flyer contains all my contact details. Best Wishes, Muge"

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