At London Amateur Brewers our aim is to provide an environment where everyone can feel safe, welcome and able to participate.
While we encourage members to explore and experiment in the hobby of home brewing, we must treat the safety, health and wellbeing of our members as being of paramount importance.
Anyone knowingly exposing other members to brewing practices that are not generally recognised as safe will be excluded from meetings. This also applies to anyone stating the intent to do so, whether serious or joking. We cannot compromise on safety.
We encourage anyone that is struggling with any kind of addiction to seek help. Advice and assistance can be found at https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/alcohol-advice/alcohol-support/.
We trust members to be aware of the signs of addiction in each other, and to encourage anyone they feel has a problem to seek professional advice.
Diversity and Inclusion
Members will always be given a voice that will be listened to and we will do whatever we can for everyone to participate, no matter their age, disability, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or social/economic status.
We will not tolerate discrimination, harassment, bullying, or victimisation on any grounds. Members are encouraged to report such incidents to the Chair, Vice Chair or Treasurer and all reports will be acted upon.