UKACTIVE CONFERENCE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. Once accepted, this booking is a firm contract.
  2. Full payment must be received 30 days from invoicing date.
  3. If payment is not received in full prior to the event, then ukactive reserve the right to turn you away on the event day.
  4. A receipt for payment will not be issued unless requested.
  5. ukactive has the right to alter or cancel any booking that it cannot fulfil for reasons beyond its control. If this happens, ukactive will use all reasonable efforts to offer you an alternative booking and/or a refund.
  6. ukactive does not accept any liability or responsibility if it cannot provide food, drinks, or services because of industrial action or any other cause which is beyond its control.

Cancellation

  1. In the event of cancellation, you must complete a cancellation request which is to be sent to events@ukactive.org.uk. Such notice will not be deemed to be received unless ukactive has issued an acknowledgement to the delegate
  2. Requests received less than 21 days prior to the event will require 100% of the full payment.
  3. No credits or refunds of fees will be possible in the 21 days prior to the event, but you will be entitled to send a substitute.
  4. No credits or refunds of fees will be possible for delegates who fail to attend the event for reasons outside the control of ukactive.

Event Activation

ukactive event’s may consist of theoretical components with some practical elements. All practical elements are designed for fitness professionals. Individuals with any physical restriction, disability or predisposition to injury or sickness should not participate if their health or ability to exercise is at risk. This document is a release of claims. By agreeing to attend the course you acknowledge and agree to the following:

  1. You willingly participate in the event at your own risk.
  2. You take full responsibility for any loss or damage to your personal property that may arise directly or indirectly from your participation in the event.
  3. You will not seek to penalise, prosecute or claim compensation from the organisers, sponsors, presenters or participants at the event for injury, loss or damage.
  4. You will not in any way record any session without the prior written consent of ukactive.
  5. ukactive or pre-authorised sponsors and partners may videotape, photograph or audiotape part of, or the entire event and it is possible that you will be filmed, photographed or recorded.

By signing this you acknowledge that these parties:

  1. May film, photograph or record you during the event.
  2. Retain the right to use any such film, photographs or recordings.
  3. I have carefully read and understand all of the above.

If you have any additional questions regarding the entry process, please contact Events Team at events@ukactive.org.uk  or call 020 8158 9700

UKACTIVE AWARDS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

These are the terms and conditions upon which each entry into the ukactive Awards 2021 shall be subject. During the application process, you will be requested to accept these terms and conditions.

All entrants shall be bound by these terms and conditions and all entries shall be considered and judged in accordance with these terms. ukactive reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time, and such changes shall be deemed notified to entrants by their publication online.

  1. By submitting an entry/entries, you confirm that you accept these terms and conditions and that you have the agreement of all associated parties the submission/s represents.
  2. Each entry must be completed in full and received on or before the closing date of 5pm, Friday 30th April 2021. ukactive cannot guarantee that entries received after this deadline will be considered.
  3.  You may enter multiple categories. Each time an entry is submitted, the entry fee is payable.
  4. You accept that you are liable to pay the entry fee when you register, prior to creating and completing your entry/entries.
  5. Entrants may make payment of the stipulated amount by credit card, or within 30 days of receipt of the ukactive invoice if this is the chosen payment method (for ukactive members only). If payment is not received in full by the stated deadline 30th April 2021 (or before depending on application timings if paying by card) or 30 days from the invoice date, entries may be disqualified and removed from the assessment/judging process.
  6. Once payment has been made no refunds can be issued.
  7. ukactive reserves the right to cancel the Awards at any stage. In the event of such cancellation, entry fees received will be fully refunded. For the avoidance of doubt, ukactive shall not be liable to entrants in respect of any additional costs or consequential losses incurred by entrants as a result of any such cancellation.
  8. By submitting an entry you agree to participate according to the assessment and judging processes outlined.
  9. Entrants must not seek to make contact with, or attempt to influence the judges in any way. If this is evident, the entrants and corresponding application will be disqualified from the process.
  10. In the course of assessing an entry, the judges may request further information about the entry from the person named as the primary contact at the point of registration.
  11. Upon submitting an entry/entries, entrants automatically confirm that the information supplied is truthful and accurate. If this information is subsequently found to be incorrect, the entry or entries may be disqualified and withdrawn from the awards competition. In the event of disqualification through the provision of inaccurate information or materials, the entry fee will not be refunded.
  12. ukactive reserves the right to (i) disqualify entries which do not comply with these conditions, (ii) remove categories without notice and (iii) move an entry to another category without notice if we feel it would be better suited in that category.
  13. Upon submitting an entry/entries, entrants automatically confirm the right for ukactive to share the information presented with third parties (external marking entities) where necessary and use some or all information through or on ukactive channels. If you do not wish for your application to be shared or used in this way please confirm this by writing to the Events Team at events@ukactive.org.uk.
  14. No commercial confidences will be broken – all ukactive awards judges and third parties involved with the judging process operate on an NDA basis.
  15. All decisions relating to the shortlisting and granting of awards in the course of the judging of the ukactive Awards will be final, and no correspondence or discussion will be entered into by the judges or the ukactive team in relation to these decisions.
  16. Personal information relating to individuals provided by the entrant shall be stored and processed by ukactive for use solely in connection with the Awards and such information shall not be distributed to third parties, not related to the judging process, without the relevant individual’s prior consent. Such information will only be disclosed to a third party with prior notice when ukactive believes such disclosure to be required by law or regulation or to be necessary to defend the rights of ukactive, the safety of the public or other entrants.
  17. Should an entry progress to finalist status in any category, ukactive will pass entrants’ contact details on to the awards’ sponsors/partners and facilitate introductions to those sponsors/partners with all category winners. Your agreement to this was/will be sought when you register and pay for your entry/entries.
  18. By entering the ukactive Awards, entrants, should they progress to finalist status, agree to participate in publicity and material resulting from the Awards if requested to do so by ukactive (in the run-up to the awards evening, on the date of the Awards Ceremony and subsequently in any publicity regarding the ukactive Awards) and ukactive reserves the right to use the details of successful entrants in any publicity or material.
  19. ukactive will work with successful entrants to develop a series of best practice case studies to be shared at future events, in varying formats, to promote and facilitate ongoing sector learning and development. Entrants’ permission to take this forward will be assumed upon receipt of entry, although any confidential/sensitive information provided can be redacted on request.
  20. ukactive or pre-authorised sponsors and partners may record or photograph part of, or the entire assessment process and the event, and it is possible that you will be filmed, photographed or recorded. ukactive and its partners retain the right to use any such media for promotional/PR purposes.
  21. ukactive will not share any information marked ‘confidential’ from any entrant’s application
  22. Entrants will not seek to penalise, prosecute or claim compensation from the organisers, sponsors, presenters or participants for injury, loss or damage, throughout the assessment process, mystery shops or awards evening.
  23. The Awards and these Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.

If you have any additional questions regarding the entry process, please contact the Events Team on events@ukactive.org.uk or call 020 8158 9700.

FIT TOGETHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

ukactive ‘Fit Together’ Terms of Use for Campaign Toolkit – IN LINE WITH APPROVED FRAMEWORK FOR RE-OPENING FACILITIES FOLLOWING COVID-19.

These Terms of Use sets out the basis on which you are committing to use and display any of the Fit Together Campaign Toolkit assets at a facility and/or facilities within the fitness and leisure sector.

These Terms prevail in the event of any conflict or inconsistency with any other communications, including advertising or promotional materials. Please retain a copy for your information.

  1. Definitions and Interpretation
    1.1 Unless the context otherwise requires capitalised terms shall have the meaning as set out below:

Brand Guidelines” our brand guidelines as amended, supplemented or otherwise modified by us from time to time, are available for download within the Campaign Toolkit;

“Campaign Toolkit” the Campaign Toolkit Digital Materials, the Logo and the Designation;

 “Campaign” the “Fit Together” campaign to promote healthy living, sport and physical activity to women in England, to encourage women’s participation in sport and physical activity in England;

“Designation” the assets with your logo added on, where you have access to do so on assets within the Campaign Toolkit and as illustrated in our Brand Guidelines,

“Intellectual Property Rights” all copyright, database rights, design rights, registered designs, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets and rights in confidential information and all rights and forms of protection of a similar nature or having an equivalent effect to any of them which may subsist anywhere in the world together with all goodwill attaching or relating thereto, whether or not any of them are registered and including application for registration of any of them relating to the Campaign Toolkit (including any translations thereof);

“Logo” the “Fit Together” logo identified in our Brand Guidelines;

“Permitted Purpose” to promote and raise awareness of the Campaign by:
(i) using, exhibiting and distributing the Campaign Toolkit at your premises; and
(ii) using and exhibiting the Logo and/or the Designation on your official website and on your official social media pages,

 “we”, “us”, “our” ukactive, registered in England and Wales with company number 02589238 whose registered office is at 10 Bloomsbury Way, Holborn, London WC1A 2SL

“Website” www.ukactive.com

“you”, “your(s)” an organisation, club or other sporting body that wishes to use the Campaign Toolkit for the Permitted Purpose.

1. Licence to use the Brand Toolkit
In consideration of your acceptance to adhere to the ukactive re-opening framework for operating a fitness or leisure facility following closure as a result of Covid-19- we hereby grant to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable, royalty-free licence to use the Brand Toolkit for the Permitted Purpose in accordance with the full Terms of Use for a period commencing on the date on which you download the relevant Campaign Toolkit from the Website.

  1. Use of the Campaign Toolkit
    2.1The Campaign Toolkit can be downloaded by you from the Website after accepting these Terms of Use and the Commitment Statement.
    2.2In the event that you wish to use the Assets and/or the Designation, you will do so in line with these Terms of Use and the Brand Guidelines featured within the Toolkit.
    2.3 You hereby agree that:
    (a) you shall not use the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) for any use, event or purpose (whether directly or indirectly) which:
    (i) violates or infringes in any way upon the rights of others, which is unlawful, offensive, obscene, defamatory, profane or otherwise objectionable which encourages conduct that would constitute a criminal offence, gives rise to civil liability or otherwise violates any law or is in breach of the privacy or any other rights of a third party or of any law;
    (ii) would tend to allow them to become liable mislead the public, or be materially detrimental to or inconsistent with our good name, goodwill, reputation and image;
    (iii) would impair our rights in the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it);
    (iv)is commercial (i.e. promoting particular products and/or services), promotional and/or falsely suggests a client (or other business) affiliation/relationship with us;
    (b) you shall not amend, adapt, use or position the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) so as to suggest that we, you or any of the persons appearing in the Campaign Toolkit endorse any commercial product or service or any political party or belief without our prior approval in writing;
    (c) you shall discharge your obligations in connection with the use of the Campaign Toolkit with all due skill, care and diligence and comply with any applicable laws, regulations and/or industry codes;
    (d) you shall at all times (notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement) be liable for, indemnify and hold us harmless (together with our officers, employees and agents) against all liabilities, actions, proceeds, costs, claims, damages and other expenses of any nature whatsoever incurred by, suffered by or awarded against us and compensation agreed by us in consequence of any breach or non-performance by you of any of your obligations under these Terms of Use.3. Intellectual Property Rights
    3.1 The legal and beneficial ownership of the Campaign Toolkit and the Intellectual Property Rights belongs to ukactive.
    3.2 You agree that these Terms of Use does not give you any ownership, any claim, any right, title or interest in or to the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) except the rights of use as are specifically set out in these Terms of Use and you hereby acknowledge and agree that the benefit of all such use by you shall at all times ensure to us. You shall hold all goodwill accruing to the Campaign Toolkit.
    3.3 All uses of the Campaign Toolkit must be displayed by you in the manner that has been presented for download on the Website, without amendment unless enabled and specified specifically.
    3.4 All uses of the Assets and the Designation must be displayed by you in a manner approved by us in accordance with our Brand Guidelines accompanied by clear marking (relevant logos) to show that the Intellectual Property Rights are owned by ukactive and are being used by us or our affiliates with our permission.
  2. Protection of the Campaign Toolkit and the Intellectual Property Rights
    4.1
    You shall notify us in writing of any infringements or misuses of the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) and/or the Intellectual Property Rights by third parties of which you become aware.
    4.2We have the sole right to determine whether any action shall be taken on account of all proceedings relating to the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) and/or the Intellectual Property Rights and will in our sole discretion decide what action (including litigation, arbitration or compromise) if any to take in respect of any infringement or alleged infringement of the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) and/or the Intellectual Property Right or any other claim or counterclaim brought or threatened in respect of the use of the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) and/or the Intellectual Property Right. We shall not be obliged to bring or defend any proceedings whether for infringement or otherwise in relation to the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) and/or the Intellectual Property Right if we in our sole discretion decide not to do so.
    4.3 In any infringement proceedings which are brought by us, we shall be entitled to claim in respect of any loss suffered or likely to be suffered by you and shall be entitled to retain any damages awarded in respect of such claim.
    4.4 For the avoidance of doubt, nothing herein comprises a licence to use any Designation in connection with or in relation to any goods or services.
  3. Limitation of Liability
    5.1We do not warrant that the use of the Campaign Toolkit by you will not infringe the rights of any third party and exclude all implied warranties or representations to the fullest extent permitted by law.
    5.2Our only responsibilities with respect to the Campaign Toolkit are set out in these Terms of Use. To the fullest extent permitted by law, we exclude all liability for loss or damage arising out of or in connection with your use of the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) for any reason except where caused by our negligence, fraud, misrepresentation or fraudulent misrepresentation. Nothing in these Terms of Use will exclude or limit our liability for death or personal injury caused by our negligence.
    5.3 You acknowledge that we will have no liability for any indirect or consequential losses or damage you may suffer or incur (including any loss of savings you expect to make, loss of business or business opportunity, or loss of profit or revenue) arising from your use of the Campaign Toolkit.
  4. General
    6.1These Terms of Use does not make either party the agent of the other nor does it create a partnership or joint venture between the parties.
    6.2 We reserve the right to amend these Terms of Use (including introducing new terms in the future and removing and/or replacing the Campaign Toolkit or any part of it) from time to time without notice to you. The amended Terms of Use will be effective from the date it is posted on the Website.Your continued use of the Campaign Toolkit (or any part of it) will constitute your acceptance of the amended Terms of Use. Therefore, please review the Website (and these Terms of Use in particular) on a regular basis.

Terms and Conditions

 

Terms and Conditions for Fit Together assets purchased via the shop (https://shop.ukactive.com/)

  1. All orders are made to your specification and/or personalised according to your project, consequently you may not cancel the order once you have placed it and no refunds can be offered.
  2. In the unlikely event that an item doesn’t meet your specification, a refund may only be given at the sole discretion of ukactive’s third party supplier. It is not possible to return products for refund other than in the event of an order being produced to the wrong order specification or not to an acceptable standard. In either of these cases we will reprint free of charge. Any errors in printing must be reported via e-mail to the following email address membership@ukactive.org.uk, please make sure to include your job ID number in the subject line. In order to qualify for a full refund, you will need to email us within 3 days of receipt of your order. We will also require you to return a sample or photographic evidence of the issue.
  3. We will notify you of any refund due to you via email within a reasonable period of time and will usually process the refund due to you within 30 days of the day we confirmed to you that you were entitled to a refund. We will refund the price of a defective product in full, any applicable delivery charges and any reasonable costs you incur on returning the item to us.
  4. If the packaging of your order has been damaged, please accept the material from the courier and write on the document provided that you have accepted the package subject to checking. Once you have verified damage has occurred to the material inside the package you must email membership@ukactive.org.uk so we can process and reprint your order immediately.
  5. If, when delivered, the printed product cannot be used because there is no packaging or the contents are damaged, please do not accept the material and mark the refusal on the document provided by the courier. You must then email membership@ukactive.org.uk to inform us of the issue, providing photographic evidence, so we can proceed and reprint your order immediately. We cannot accept a claim for loss for items delivered via courier unless five working days or more have passed since the item was due to be delivered.