UK Coaching terms and conditions

Booking terms and conditions for Group Clinics and Private lessons at The Snow Centre - Hemel Hempstead

Payment - All clinics and private lessons must be booked in advance and full payment made at the time of booking.

Juniors - We are sorry but we do not accept bookings from under-16s for our group clinic lessons. Please contact us to discuss options if you would like to make a family booking as we can arrange private lessons for a group of family members.

Ability level - All our coaching sessions in the UK, including group clinics and private coaching require a minimum ability of Level 4 on our ability scale

Cancellations - If you need to cancel and provide us with 7 days notice you will be refunded in full. For cancellations with less than a weeks notice but more than 24 hours we will give you a shop credit that you can apply to a future course booking.

No shows - or cancellations with less than 24 hours notice are not refundable or changeable.

Delays - If you are delayed due to traffic, weather etc..

If you are on a group clinic just meet us on the slope when you arrive, if you can't find us on the slope we will be in the coffee bar on a break.

If you are on a private lesson and we are notified prior to your lesson start time that you are delayed we will always to try to be flexible and delay your session start time as long as we can. This is not always possible should we have other clients booked in. If we cannot accommodate moving your private lesson start time forward we will start the lesson as soon as you arrive and continue until our next booking, we will change your slope access time so you have the full time on slope.

If you feel your delay is just too long you MUST notify us by mobile telephone that you will not be attending that day. We can then offer you a 50% credit of your session fee that can be used for any future bookings with us. If we are not notified by mobile phone we will consider you a no show and will be unable to offer any refund.

We cannot offer partial refunds for missing time on your course.

Minimum Numbers - Should a full day group clinic have only one or two people booked on it we will run the course as an extended private session consisting of two 90 minute sessions on the slope with video review during a break in between. We find that with only one or two people a full day with three 90 minute sessions is too intense and counterproductive. Your slope pass will be remain valid for the full day and you can use the remaining time to practice and consolidate the days coaching.

Equipment Hire- Skis, boots, poles and helmets are included within your course fee. You are of course free to use your own equipment. Ski jackets and trousers can be hired from our UK venues at additional cost and gloves can be purchased on site.

Coaching holiday terms and conditions

Inside Out Skiing looks after your 'on-snow' experience, the ski course. We also provide a service to offer you a number of other services including accommodation and travel, pre payment of lift passes, equipment hire amongst others. Therefore the booking conditions have been split into two sections:

· Ski Courses

· Other Services

If you have booked any Other Services please refer to the booking conditions for ‘Other Services'. These are also shown on the Inside Out Skiing website.

Terms
Ski course: Refers to all Inside Out Skiing courses as described on the Inside Out Skiing website.By booking a ski course either by telephone, post or email you will be agreeing to these booking conditions. If you are booking on behalf of others you will also be taking on responsibility that the other members of your group have read and agree to these booking conditions. Please read them carefully and if there is anything you are unsure about please contact us immediately. All the booking conditions along with information on our website, brochures and any letters or emails that you have received form the basis for your contract with Inside Out Skiing Ltd.

Ability level
All our coaching holidays, including short breaks and week-long coaching holidays, will specify a minimum ability level that you must meet in order to book. Please ensure you meet that minimum standard by referring to our ability scale. If in doubt please contact us prior to booking.

Liability
Inside Out Skiing uses the services of instructors to provide the service as advertised on the Inside Out Skiing website. They are qualified through their governing body in the country in which they provide their service. Their membership through their professional organisation includes insurance to provide the services they have been qualified to deliver. They are not employees of Inside Out Skiing. Therefore when under their care your contract is directly with them. Should you be involved in any dispute involving an instructor where the dispute involves insurance then this will be direct with the organisation that provides their insurance not Inside Out Skiing. In these booking conditions all mention of instructors are those that are working on behalf of Inside Out Skiing and not Inside Out Skiing employees.

Prices
Prices for accommodation and travel, where included, for our coaching holidays may increase in line changing exchange rates. Where this is might happen any possible increases or surcharges will be shown clearly on our website. The cost of the ski coaching that we provide is guaranteed against any changes once you have booked.

Booking and Paying For A Ski Course Out in the Alps
A deposit payment is due on booking your coaching course outside the UK. You must make a £50 deposit to ensure your place on your coaching course. This deposit is fully refundable within 7 days of your payment for any reason to give you time to arrange for flights and accommodation, after 7 days it is non refundable. Full payment of your coaching fee is required within 12 weeks of your coaching holiday.

Your accommodation deposit and final payment due date is specified by our relevant accommodation partner for your specific holiday.

Cancellation policy
If you need to cancel a ski course that will be run outside the UK the following cancellation charges will apply.

Within 8 - 12 weeks 25% of full course cost
Within 4 - 8 weeks 50% of full course cost
Within 0 - 4 weeks 100% of full course cost

Please note that your club fee £50 deposit is non refundable after 7 days from your booking, nor is your annual £10 club membership fee.

Note: this cancellation policy is for the ski course only.

If you have booked other services please see: Inside Out Skiing ‘Other Services Booking Conditions’.

Refund policy
In the event of Inside Out Skiing being unable to deliver the course as promised in the booking conditions, website and literature (for example due to staff illness or injury) we will refund on a pro rata basis any time missed or transfer missed time to a future course.

In case of Injury/illness – You are strongly recommended to have holiday insurance in place in case of accident or injury. We cannot provide refunds due to injury/illness but should you be injured or take ill during a lesson with us we will provide your insurers with invoices and documentation so that you may make a claim with them.

Refunds will be made by Paypal if the original payment was made through Paypal. Alternatively, refunds will be made by cheque in UK £’s or via bank transfer at our discretion. Refunds will be processed within 48 hours of receipt of your written claim.

Course Only - With No Accommodation & Travel.
On most weeks you can book the ski course and arrange all your own travel and accommodation. On some courses where we have had to guarantee hotel beds we may not be able to offer this option and you may have to book the accommodation on offer with the course. Please check with the office.

Minimum Ski Level
On each course there is a minimum ski level. This is shown on the website page for each course. It can sometimes be difficult to judge your level and you may find that your ski level is below the minimum level for the course you have booked. Normally we are able to cater for this eventuality however on rare occasions if this happens we may need to transfer you into another appropriate ski course with a ski school or arrange private instruction with another instructor in the resort. We will use the course fee paid to purchase lessons to the equivalent value. The lesson durations may therefore vary and may not be equivalent to the Inside Out Skiing ski course advertised.

Group Sizes
Maximum: 8 per group.

On-Snow Course Times
On the ski courses that are for ½ days, each instructor runs two groups per day, morning and afternoon. We cannot guarantee whether your course will be in the morning or the afternoon. Your course times may also vary. On full day courses we generally start at 9:30 but this is dependent on lift opening times and time of year. Times will be confirmed at the welcome evening.

Welcome Evening on Out weeks
On the evening before the Out ski course starts we hold a welcome meeting. This is normally at 8pm in the hotel where the majority of the course participants are staying. The exact location and time will be shown on your booking confirmation. This is an opportunity to meet the instructors and chat about your skiing level and aspirations. The instructors will also talk about the course, meeting times and any other relevant information. If you cannot attend the welcome meeting please let one of the Inside Out Skiing representatives know. Use the contact numbers shown towards the end of these booking conditions.

Off-Snow Activities
As part of the ski course we also provide some off-snow sessions in the form of technical discussions and video analysis. The structure, duration and number of these sessions will vary from course to course.

Groups & Ability Level
We will try to work out the groups for the week based on your stated skiing level and our discussions at the welcome meeting. For the first session we divide everyone into groups based on either the information you have provided us with or by our recollection of your ability level from the previous time you skied with us. We will often move people around for the second session onwards in order to make sure groups are compatible. If you would like to move groups into a faster or slower moving group or a group that is tackling easier or more difficult terrain there is normally the possibility of doing this. If moving groups means going above the maximum number as advertised then this will not be possible. The instructors working on behalf of Inside Out Skiing will have the final decision of which group you should ski in.

Mixed Level Ability Groups
On some weeks when we have fewer groups there is the likelihood that the group will contain a mixed level of ability. This may mean working more technically, waiting for slower members of a group, allowing faster members of the group to go ahead, group members working on different aspects of their skiing, group members tackling different terrain. If you are a stronger member of the group it is vital that you are supportive of slower members. Also if you are a slower member of the group then you must not let this affect your confidence. All the instructors are very skilled at developing performance whilst catering for variations in levels of ability. By booking a Inside Out Skiing ski course you will be accepting the possibility you may be in a group of a mixed level of ability.

Skiing with friends and family
If you are at different levels but would like to ski in the same group we may be able to accommodate this. It will mean that the more experienced members of your party will ski in the group with the less experienced members of your party. We can only accommodate this request if the group remains under the maximum number of clients per group as advertised.

Accepting Risk
By booking a Inside Out Skiing course you will be taking advantage of a huge amount of experience and expertise. The instructors who work on behalf of Inside Out Skiing are very skilled at developing performance as described on the Inside Out Skiing website. The instructors are well trained in the safety aspects of skiing in the mountains. They can advise, help and lead you. However skiing involves an element of risk, which you must accept as inherent to the sport. You must take responsibility over your own actions and decisions when skiing on the mountain either by yourself or within an Inside Out Skiing group. It is known that accidents do happen as part of skiing. By booking on a Inside Out Skiing ski course you will be accepting the risk involved and accepting that an accident may happen. You will also be responsible for accepting whether to take part in any activity whether; an exercise, a particular technique, skiing a particular slope, skiing a particular speed, skiing particular snow textures. In race training you will also be accepting whether to ski a particular ‘course’ and what speed to ski at. Inside Out Skiing and the instructors working on behalf of Inside Out Skiing cannot be held responsible for accidents. If at any point you wish to not take part in an activity for any reason then you must let the instructor know immediately.

Responsibility And The FIS Code Of Conduct
All skiers must ski in accordance with the ‘FIS Skier’s Code Of Conduct’. This is shown towards the later part of these booking conditions. Each member of the group has the responsibility to ski in accordance with these rules. Inside Out Skiing and the instructors working on behalf of Inside Out Skiing are not responsible for how each skier chooses to ski. If you are involved in an accident involving another member of the group Inside Out Skiing and the instructors working on behalf of Inside Out Skiing cannot be held responsible.

On Snow Course Cancellation Due To Extreme Weather
Occasionally due to extreme weather conditions all the ski lifts in the resort may be closed. If we are unable to run our on-snow training we will try to supplement this with other off-snow activities. The off-snow activities may not be to the equivalent time that the ski course is advertised. We cannot give refunds for any on-snow time missed due to lift closure. Check your insurance policy as it may cover you for lift closure.

Opting Out
If you think you may opt out of a session for any reason please aim to do so before the start of the session and if possible let the instructor working on behalf of Inside Out Skiing or an Inside Out Skiing representative know before hand. If you choose to opt out during a session, the instructor will lead you to a safe place from where you can opt out. From this point you will be accepting all responsibility for yourself. Should you have an accident returning to your original destination this will be your responsibility. In certain situations when safety is an issue the instructor will inform you that opting out is not advised until the group reaches a safe place. If you choose to go against this advice you may seriously endanger yourself and others that may have to be called to your rescue should you get into trouble. Should you choose to opt out you will be taking full responsibility for yourself.

Being Asked To Leave The Course
If the instructor feels that you are skiing or behaving in a manner that either endangers yourself, other members of the group or public or causes disruption within the group, the instructor will ask you to adjust your skiing and / or behaviour accordingly. Failure to do so could result in being asked to leave the course. In this situation no refunds will be given.

Course start times
It is your holiday and we want to make sure you are having fun. Our courses are not “boot camps” but as a courtesy to others on the course we are fairly strict on meeting times to start each session. We will normally wait 5 minutes but if you are going to be late for whatever reason please call or text. Your Instructor may not be able to answer quickly during skiing lessons. If you are very late we may not be able to meet with you on the mountain due to safety reasons.

Safety Equipment

Helmets: Out Skiing Courses in Mountain environments
Helmet wearing for Adults is optional and purely an individual choice. We recommend the wearing of a safety helmet on all Inside Out Skiing ski courses based in the mountains. Falls can happen to any level of skier. All skiers may occasionally lose control and if you are a strong skier on one of our coaching clinics skiing at speed, a fall and failure to wear a helmet could lead to injury.

Insurance
It is your responsibility to make sure you have adequate insurance cover for the ski course you have booked on both for mountain rescue, injury and holiday curtailment. You are also strongly urged to apply for an EHIC European health card prior to any of our courses outside the UK. www.ehic.org.uk

Recommended Insurance Brokers Inside Out Skiing Ltd. has no commercial relationship with any recommended insurance brokers but the following companies offer travel insurance that is designed for winter holidays.www.direct-travel.co.uk www.dogtag.co.uk

FIS Skiers Code of Conduct
It is the responsibility of every skier whether skiing by themselves or in a Inside Out Skiing group to adhere to the FIS skiers Code of Conduct as listed below. Failure to do so, could lead to civil and criminal liability in the event of an accident.
1. Respect For Others
Skiers must behave in such a way that they do not endanger or prejudice others. Skiers are responsible for their behaviour and their equipment.
2. Control Of Speed and Skiing
Skiers must ski in control. They must adapt their speed and manner of skiing to their personal ability and to the prevailing conditions.
3. Choice Of Route
Skiers coming from behind must choose their route so as to not endanger skiers ahead. In other words, the skier in front / below always has priority.
4. Overtaking
Skiers may overtake other skiers above or below and to the right or the left, provided they leave enough space for the overtaken skier to make any voluntary or involuntary movement.
5. Entering And Starting
Skiers entering a marked run or setting off must look up and down the run to make sure that they can do so without endangering themselves or others.
6. Stopping On The Piste
Unless absolutely necessary, skiers must avoid stopping on the piste in narrow places or where visibility is restricted. After a fall in such a place the skier must move clear of the piste as soon as possible.
7. Climbing And Descending On Foot
Whether climbing or descending on foot, Skiers must keep to the side of the piste.
8. Respect For Signs And Markings
Skiers must respect all signs and markings.
9. Assistance
At Accidents All skiers are duty-bound to assist. Hit and run offence in skiing will incur a criminal conviction similar to hit and run offence on the road.
10. Identification
All skiers and witnesses, whether a responsible party or not, must exchange names and addresses following an accident.

Complaints
If you have any complaints please speak direct to the instructor or an Inside Out Skiing representative immediately during your ski course. They will help rectify the problem as soon as possible if they can. Failure to speak with anyone during your stay could invalidate any complaint you may choose to make after your return. If you are still unsatisfied on your return please write direct to Inside Out Skiing.

Emergency Telephone Contacts
UK Office 0845 890 7979
Scott Pleva Mobile +44 7979 500 964
Rob Rees Mobile +44 7515 396 137

Inside Out Skiing Other Services Booking Conditions

Inside Out Skiing looks after your 'on-snow' experience, the ski course. We also provide a service to offer you a number of other services including accommodation and travel. Therefore the booking conditions have been split into two sections:
• Ski Courses
• Other Services
If you have booked a ski course please refer to the booking conditions for ‘Ski Courses’. These will be shown on the confirmation invoice for the ski course and the Inside Out Skiing website.

Terms
The term ‘Other Services’ refers to accommodation, travel and any other service.
The term ‘Service Provider’ refers to tour operators, hotels, transport companies and any other businesses that Inside Out Skiing contracts to provide other services for you.

Booking Other Services & Liability
Inside Out Skiing does not lease or own any accommodation or means of transportation. We book these services on your behalf with other service providers. Therefore your contract for these services will be direct with the service providers. Should any problems arise between you and the service providers such as an accident or any dispute whatsoever, you will be required to take the matter up directly with the relevant party concerned and not Inside Out Skiing.

Agreeing To The Booking Conditions
You will need to read and agree to:
1. Inside Out Skiing ‘Other Services’ booking conditions
2. The booking conditions of the service providers that your accommodation and travel and other services are booked with. By booking any other services by telephone, email or letter you will be agreeing to these booking conditions and will be bound by them. If you are booking on behalf of others you will also be taking on responsibility that the other members of your group have read and agree to them. Please read them carefully and if there is anything you are unsure about please contact us immediately.

Accuracy Of Information
When booking any other services through Inside Out Skiing you must take care in reading all the relevant documentation on the Inside Out Skiing website and on the website of the service providers. This information along with any emails and / or letters will go towards portraying an accurate picture of what you have booked.

Booking Direct With Tour Operators through Inside Out Skiing
On most of our courses the accommodation and travel is booked direct with various tour operators on your behalf. We can act as an agent for Tour operator and process your payment direct with them. Monies are therefore not paid to Inside Out Skiing but direct to the Tour Operator on your behalf. Our tour operator partners are all member of ABTA. You will need to read and agree to their Booking Conditions. The link to their booking conditions will be shown on your confirmation invoice. During the winter the price includes accommodation, flight and transfer. Please see the Inside Out Skiing website and talk to our office to confirm what is included in the price advertised. If you are booking ‘accommodation only’ and booking your own flights and transfers separately you need to see booking flights and transfers later in these booking conditions.

Booking With Other Service Providers through Inside Out Skiing
On some of our courses in resorts where Tour Operator do not operate we have negotiated accommodation direct with a hotel. We have reserved rooms in the hotel specifically for our courses. These bookings do not involve flights and therefore do not come under ‘The Package Travel, Package Holidays and Package Tours Regulations’. You will therefore need to pay Inside Out Skiing direct for these services and we pay the service provider. You will still need to read and agree to their booking conditions if they have them. These will be shown on your confirmation invoice. If the service provider does not have booking conditions you will only need to agree to the Inside Out Skiing booking conditions but will still be bound by any information shown on their website. If booking flights and transfers separate to accommodation please see flights and transfers later in these Booking Conditions.

Cancellations With Tour Operators
The cancellation charges are shown on the Tour Operator booking conditions or the booking conditions of the service provider your accommodation and travel is booked with.

Cancellation Charges With Other Service Providers
If the service providers do not have booking conditions you will be agreeing to these booking conditions regarding cancellation. The following cancellation charges will apply:
Prior to 70 days before departure ....Deposit
29 to 70 days ................................50%
28 days or less ..............................100%

Booking Your Own flights And A Transfer With Inside Out Skiing
On some weeks where ‘accommodation only’ is booked you can organise your own flights and book a return transfer with Inside Out Skiing from the airport to the resort. Transfer times are advertised on the Inside Out Skiing website

Booking Your Own Outbound Flight
We advise on leaving at least 1 hour between your flight arriving and the transfer departing.

Booking Your Own Inbound Flight
We advise on leaving at least 1.5 hours between the transfer arriving at the airport and your flight departing.

Missing The Advertised Transfer
The transfer will need to depart at the advertised time. If for any reason you will not make the advertised time please call a Inside Out Skiing representative on one of the contact numbers advertised towards the end of these booking conditions to let them know. You may need to organise and pay for a private transfer when you arrive at the airport. This may be covered on your insurance. Please check your policy.

Transfers And Liability
Inside Out Skiing do not own or lease any transport. Transfers are organised with other service providers on your behalf. Your contract will be with the other service providers and not Inside Out Skiing. Details of the service provider and their terms and conditions can be obtained from our office within 2 weeks of your departure date. If you would like a copy of their terms and conditions please contact us prior to your departure.

Ski Carriage
Tour Operators will be adding a charge for ski carriage. Please let our booking office know in advance if you intend to carry skis on your flight. Failure to book and pay for ski carriage in advance could mean that the airline may refuse the carriage of your skis when checking in at the airport. If booking your own flights please check with the airline.

Passports
Check your passport is up to date. Some countries require that your passport is valid for a further 6 months from the date of your return.

Complaints
If you have any complaints please see a local representative of the service provider or a Inside Out Skiing representative during your stay. They will help rectify the problem as soon as possible if they can. Failure to speak with anyone during your stay could invalidate any complaint you may choose to make after your return. If you are still unsatisfied on your return please write direct to the service provider and to Inside Out Skiing.

Emergency telephone contacts

Emergency Telephone Contacts

UK Office 0845 890 7979

Directors:

Scott Pleva mobile +44 7979 500 964
Rob Rees mobile +44 7515 396 137

Business description

We are a limited company that provides ski instruction within the UK. All our instruction is provided by instructors qualified by the BASI - British Association of Snowsport Instructors and are licensed with public liability insurance coverage through BASI.

Contact details

By Email: info@insideoutskiing.com this address will be answered within 24 hours and is directed to both the company directors

By Post: Inside Out Skiing Ltd. Company # 6942756
Registered Address 263 Rayleigh Road, Brentwood, Essex CM131PL
Attention : Scott Pleva 

By Telephone: Our nationwide phone number in the UK is 0845 890 7979

Company Directors: Scott Pleva and Robert Rees

Privacy policy

At Inside Out Skiing Ltd. we are dedicated to safeguarding and preserving your privacy when visiting our site or communicating electronically with us. This Privacy Policy, together with our terms of use, provides an explanation as to what happens to any personal data that you provide to us, or that we collect from you. We do update this Policy from time to time so please do review this Policy regularly.

For the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998 our data controller is Scott Pleva.

Information We Collect
In operating our website we may collect and process the following data about you:
i. Details of your visits to our website and the resources that you access, including, but not limited to, traffic data, location data, weblogs and other communication data.
ii. Information that you provide by filling in forms on our website, such as when you registered for information or make a purchase.
iii. Information provided to us when you communicate with us for any reason.

Storage of Financial Data
Inside Out Skiing Ltd. does NOT store any financial details (credit or debit card numbers). All transactions are done via paypal secure servers or directly by telephone.

Use of Cookies
On occasion, we may gather information about your computer for our services and to provide statistical information regarding the use of our website to our advertisers. Such information will not identify you personally it is statistical data about our visitors and their use of our site. This statistical data does not identify any personal details whatsoever.Similarly to the above, we may gather information about your general internet use by using a cookie file. Where used, these cookies are downloaded to your computer automatically. This cookie file is stored on the hard drive of your computer as cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive. They help us to improve our website and the service that we provide to you. All computers have the ability to decline cookies. This can be done by activating the setting on your browser which enables you to decline the cookies. Please note that should you choose to decline cookies, you may be unable to access particular parts of our website. Our advertisers may also use cookies, over which we have no control. Such cookies (if used) would be downloaded once you click on advertisements on our website.

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Disclosing Your Information
Where applicable, we may disclose your personal information to any member of our group. This includes, where applicable, our subsidiaries, our holding company and its other subsidiaries (if any).
We may also disclose your personal information to third parties:
i. Where we sell any or all of our business and/or our assets to a third party.
ii. Where we are legally required to disclose your information.
iii. To assist fraud protection and minimise credit risk.

Third Party Links
You will find links to third party websites on our website. These websites should have their own privacy policies which you should check. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for their policies whatsoever as we have no control over them.

Access To Information
The Data Protection Act 1998 gives you the right to access the information that we hold about you. Please note that any demand for access may be subject to payment of a fee of £10 which covers our costs in providing you with the information requested. Should you wish to receive details that we hold about you please contact us using the contact details below.

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1. SITE ACCESS
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2. USE OF WEBSITE
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3. SITE UPTIME
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(a) you do not in any way imply that we are endorsing any services or products unless this has been specifically agreed with us;
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6. DISCLAIMER
6.1 We take all reasonable steps to ensure that the information on this Website is correct. However, we do not guarantee the correctness or completeness of material on this Website. We may make changes to the material on this Website at any time and without notice. The material on this Website may be out of date, or on rare occasions incorrect and we make no commitment to ensure that such material is correct or up to date.
6.2 The material at this Website is provided without any conditions or warranties of any kind. To the maximum extent permitted by law, we provide access and use of this website on the basis that we exclude all representations, warranties and conditions which but for these Terms may have effect in relation to this Website.

7. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY
7.1 Neither we nor any other party (whether or not involved in producing, maintaining or delivering this Website), shall be liability or responsible for any kind of loss or damage that may result to you or a third party as a result of your or their use of our website. This exclusion shall include servicing or repair costs and, without limitation, any other direct, indirect or consequential loss, and whether in tort or contract or otherwise in connection with this Website.
7.2 Nothing in these Terms shall exclude or limit liability for (i) death or personal injury caused by negligence (as defined by the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); (ii) fraud; (iii) misrepresentation as to a fundamental matter; or (iv) any liability which cannot be excluded or limited under the law of the United Kingdom.

8. GOVERNING JURISDICTION
This Legal Notice shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Any dispute(s) arising in connection with this Legal Notice are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of England and Wales.

Photography credits

We are grateful to our clients who appear in the photography on this website. If you appear in a photograph which you do not wish to have included on the site please contact us and we will replace it immediately.

We are also grateful to our clients who share their photographs with us for inclusion on the website, and we acknowledge their copyright. We list their contribution in our Gallery pages and for the site overall here:

Jason Gibson
Sue Sessions
Ray Collins
Emmeline Cane-Honeysett
Murat Imamzade
Mark Woods
Ruth Gordon
Sam Gee
Alison Davis
Greg Hilton
Mike Abromovich
Dave Baxter
Paul Ankers
Chris Noronha
Greg Eaton
Charlotte Miller
John Miskelly
Andy Starkey