These terms and conditions apply to individuals and organisations who wish to register their events and activities as part of LiberTeas. You, the event organiser, agree to:
- Run an event or an activity relevant to LiberTeas. Any event you host must be free of charge to the public or run on a non-profit basis (charitable events are acceptable);
- Ensure your event or activity is clearly marked as part of LiberTeas, include the logo and, where possible, use reasonable endeavours to link to the LiberTeas website from your own website;
- Promote and publicise your event in your local media;
- Ensure that the LiberTeas logo or brand is not used in any way, either directly or by implication, to endorse any person or organisation;
- Not infringe any patent, trade mark, registered design, copyright or other right in the nature of intellectual property;
- Credit appropriately any national partnership of LiberTeas as detailed on the LiberTeas website;
- Provide all LiberTeas materials, if supplied, free of charge to the public;
- Take sole responsibility for the running (including all funding and finances) of the event.
- Indemnify and keep indemnified the Houses of Parliament and any other LiberTeas Partners and Supporters against any proceedings, actions or claims incurred as a result of your event;
- Manage your event safely and within the law;
- Take out adequate public liability insurance for public events;
- Ensure that public events are accessible, inclusive and are delivered without discrimination or prejudice;
- Take reasonable steps to run an environmentally friendly event;
- Avoid any actions that could bring the Houses of Parliament, National Trust or any other LiberTeas Partner or Supporter into disrepute;
- Receive email updates about the issues discussed on this site, we will use the information you give us to provide this service only. If you inform us that you wish to cancel, your details will be deleted from our records.
Magna Carta Foundation of Liberty
There will be an opportunity for the first 400 registrations by 15 April 2015 to be allocated two invitations for the 15 June event – Magna Carta Foundation of Liberty – at Runnymede. An invitation does not automatically guarantee admission, event organisers have the right to refuse admission. The invitations are for those organising LiberTeas events or those representing organisations managing LiberTeas events.
Many LiberTeas events will be aimed at families and adults. As such, and unless otherwise stated in the relevant Supplementary Criteria, it is suggested that event organisers should stipulate that under 18s attending their activities should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Event organisers who run public activities for those under 18 must have suitable child protection policies in place.
The Data Protection Act 1998 regulates the processing of personal information, setting rules for processing and increasing individuals’ rights to control how information about them is used. Within the conditions of this Act, unless you have marked your registration appropriately, your agreement to these terms and conditions confirms your permission for your personal details to be saved within the databases of the National Trust and the House of Commons. Event organisers profile and user details will not be given to anyone outside these organisations without permission. You hereby confirm that you have obtained permission from any person whose details you list on your activity pages that their details may be published on the website.
These terms shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.