Meet Marty Thompson

Marty Thompson is a Tweed local who is married with two teenage children. He joins us with over 20 years of Christian ministry experience in a wide range of settings including local church pastoral work, outdoor education, youth work, state wide ministry development and school chaplaincy.

Marty has tertiary qualifications in theology and social work. In his spare time he likes to play guitar, paint and run (with TTSC Runners & Walkers Club).

The Club Chaplain role comes about through a three-way partnership between Twin Towns, ClubSafe NSW and The Salvation Army.

The role of the Club Chaplain is to support members, visitors and staff of Twin Towns in practical, emotional and spiritual ways.

The Club Chaplain is from the Christian tradition but is available to support anyone regardless of their beliefs, faith or worldview. The Club Chaplain is a listening, non-judgemental presence to assist anyone associated with the club who may need someone to talk to in difficult times.

Marty is available with a listening ear and a willingness to help in any appropriate way. He is happy to provide help where he can, or help you find any assistance you may require or desire.

Chaplains assist people to change what can be changed and to cope positively and peacefully with that which can’t be altered.

You can locate Marty by visiting reception or by
phone: 0439 565 085

Conduct of Gambling

Twin Towns Services Club is committed to the responsible service of gaming.
Twin Towns Services Club partners with both Gambling Help NSW and ClubSafe to provide free and confidential access to assistance and self-exclusion policy.

ClubSafe Premium 

Twin Towns Services Club is a Premium ClubSafe member.
Members and visitors of Twin Towns have access to free and confidential counselling 24/7
Staff at Twin Towns are trained in the Responsible Conduct of Gambling and can assist in the confidential formulation of gaming self-exclusion.

ClubSafe 1800 99 77 66 or

Gambling Help NSW 

G-line (NSW) is a 24-hour, 7 days a week, statewide telephone helpline offering crisis counselling, information, and referral for problem gamblers, their families, friends and others. It is available to anyone in NSW who wants to talk to a trained counsellor about their own, or someone else’s gambling problem

Think! About Your Choices. Call Gambling Help 1800 858 858

Responsible Service of Alcohol

Twin Towns Services Club promotes the responsible service and the responsible consumption of alcohol for its members and guests.

Venue Agreement

Important Information for Club Members

Player Activity Statements

Members may obtain a Player Activity Statement upon request at Twin Towns Services Club

Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report

Under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012, employers must comply with the new notification and access requirements. These require each relevant employer to:

1. Inform its employees and members or shareholders that it has lodged its report with the Agency and advise how the report may be accessed

2. Provide access to the report to employees and members or shareholders

3. Inform employee organisations with members in its workplace that the report has been lodged

4. Inform its employees and those employee organisations with members in its workplace of the opportunity to comment on the report to the employer or the Agency

Download 2019-2020 WGEA Report
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