Third party events terms and conditions


Before registering for this event, you should be fit to participate, seeking medical advice if appropriate. You should inform event organisers of any relevant existing medical conditions and any arising after registration that might affect your participation.

Your safety is of paramount importance. Please ensure that you follow all safety instructions and training procedures when participating in events.

We have taken all reasonable steps to eliminate the chance of injury but there is a certain minimal risk in every activity and you should withdraw from the event if you have any doubts. Marie Curie, its employees, agents and volunteers accept no liability whatsoever to participants or spectators in respect of any loss, damage or personal injury which may be sustained in the course of this event other than personal injury (including death) caused by our negligence. Liability cannot be accepted for any damage, injury or loss arising from the negligence of participants (whether through failure to observe the rules of the event or otherwise).


Minimum ages are specified for some events. These assume an average level of competence and maturity. However all participants under 18 require parental consent and it is for parents to decide if the event is appropriate for their child, seeking additional information, if necessary.

We reserve the right to prohibit individuals from taking part, and will do so if participants under 18 have failed to provide evidence of parental consent. 


Registration varies for events and is non-refundable. We ask all participants to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship for Marie Curie, as outlined on the event description and supporting material. Team Leaders are responsible for their team's fundraising target.


Photographs may be taken of you during the event which may be used to publicise future events and the work of the charity generally including on our web site. This event is organised by Marie Curie Trading Ltd a wholly owned subsidiary of Marie Curie.

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