By completing the booking you will accept the following:
- Your child(ren) will remain your sole responsibility throughout the duration of the “event” and the period getting to and from your vehicle. You will undertake to ensure that you and your child(ren) will undertake the activities in accordance with the advice given.
- You accept that the events are undertaken in an outdoor paddock and unheated barn so have dressed your child(ren) accordingly to suit the weather conditions.
- You are responsible for ensuring that you and your child(ren) have adequately washed your / their hands using the handwashing facilities provided.
- You are responsible for ensuring that any snack provided is suitable for yourself and your child(ren) in relation to allergies / intolerance’s / age appropriateness / beliefs, etc
- In the unlikely event of an incident involving you or your child(ren), or loss or damage of your / their personal effects, you acknowledge that we will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss, damage or injury arising from or in connection with the events at Byres Farm (except for death or personal injury caused by our negligence) and you waive all and any claims against us in respect of you and the child(ren) in your care.
- You give permission for photographs and videos to be taken of yourself and child(ren).
- You grant full rights to use the images resulting from the photography / video filming, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for publicity or other purpose. This might include (but is not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media and press releases.
- You declare that if you are not the child’s / children’s parent or legal guardian you have authority from the child’s / children’s parent or legal guardian to sign on their behalf.
- If you are pregnant you understand the full risks of being around animals (in particular goats and sheep) whilst pregnant and will take necessary precautions. (https://www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/pregnancy/why-should-pregnant-women-avoid-sheep-during-the-lambing-season/ )