Weekend Frenzy – Terms and Conditions
Event registration terms and conditions – Make sure you have read and understand our terms and conditions. It is your responsibility to read the terms on the www.weekendfrenzy.co.uk website carefully and to raise any problems with us before you make your booking.
Submission of a booking reservation on-line or via email registration is regarded as a firm booking and acceptance of these terms and conditions. Cancellation charges will apply for all bookings.
Please utilise our online booking service to submit your registration for booking, should this not be available to you, a downloadable booking registration form will be made available.
Please send and print ticket booking form together with payment/payment details should be forwarded by email to info @ weekendfrenzy.co.uk or by post to the address below.
If sending by post, please also confirm attendance by email.
WF Event Ltd
46 Rochester Place
London NW1 9JX
E-mail: info @ weekendfrenzy.co.uk
Mark – General infomation – 07545166518
Payment – Please note that payment of fees must be made in full and in cleared funds prior to attending the event. Cheques should be made payable to ‘WF Events Ltd’ and should be received at least 5 working days prior to the event along with your application form.
In special circumstances and only with the prior written agreement confirmation by Weekend Frenzy events team, payment may be made by cash on arrival at the event subject to gate passes being for sale.
WF Events Ltd is not registered for VAT.
Ticket/Pass collection – All tickets and or passes should be collected at the gate before you enter the event.
Cancellation Policy – Our cancellation policy is intended to keep costs low for attendees. Due to financial obligations incurred by WF Events Ltd you must cancel your registration at least two weeks prior to the start of the event. Therefore any cancellations received before 12.00 NOON 14 days prior to the event will be entitled to a full refund less £10.00 which will be retained to cover administration and return postage.
Those who do not cancel and do not attend are responsible for the full registration fee. Refunds will be not be made for any ‘no show’.
Changes to your booking – You may make changes to names at any time without charge but we would appreciate it if you could give us at least 10 working day’s notice before the event if you can.
Event Cancellation – WF Events Ltd reserves the right to cancel any event or any associated event at its sole discretion. In the event of such a cancellation, WF Events Ltd will refund any monies paid, direct to the payee, upon proof of purchase. We do not refund booking fees through third parties.
In the event of cancellation, WF Events Ltd will use reasonable endeavours to alert those who have booked to attend an event or purchased ticket/passes and details of any cancellation will be posted on the appropriate event website. Attendees are responsible for checking this information prior to the event.
Programme Changes – WF Events Ltd reserves the right to make minor alterations to the programme at any time without prior notice.
Data Protection – The information you provide will be used for administrative purposes only in connection with the event, such as completing your registration and securing payment. Information collected by the WF Events Ltd is processed in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998.
By completing and returning a registration form you consent to our use of this data for these purposes, and to our contacting you by email, post, fax and/or telephone in connection with the event. We may disclose the information to other entities concerned in organising the event for these purposes.
Fraud Prevention – We take Fraud preventions seriously at WF Events Ltd, we record the IP address of all transactions and physical addresses, if suspicious activity is identified WF Events Ltd with report this activity immediately.
Protect yourself online by making sure you make any online transaction from a secure device that is up to date and regularly check for viruses.
If you feel you are a victim of fraud, please contact Action Fraud click here
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