These Terms and Conditions relate specifically to The Feast’s residential holiday programs, such as our Lads Faith Adventure Weekends. They do however provide general guidance to all our youth events.
Whilst recognising that all children are special, some may have needs which require extra support. It is The Feast’s aim to include such children on our holidays, within the guidelines of suitable provision and staffing. To do this we ask all parents to give us full details of their child’s special needs at the time of booking in order that we can meet those needs to the best of our ability. We must be advised at the time of booking if a child currently has or has recently experienced any behavioural or social problems which may affect their own safety and / or the well-being of others on the holiday.
You may be photographed on the holiday! The photographs will only be used by The Feast or organisations in sympathy with our aims and ethos to whom express permission has been granted. If you do not wish to be photographed please tell the photographer who will respect your wishes.
The Feast will hold your details on file but will not release them to any third party. Some details may be shared with the young people and team, if you are not happy for this please advise when booking.
What if I cancel?
The holiday leader should be informed immediately. If you cancel 2 days or less before weekend residentials commence you will be liable for the full fee. If you cancel 4 weeks or less for international trips you will be liable for the full fee.
We expect everyone who goes on the trip to be fully involved in every aspect of the programme. We do not encourage young people to bring mobile phones or other personal technology devices. Our leaders expect any such equipment to be turned off and stored securely except at designated times.
What if the holiday is cancelled?
In the unlikely event of a holiday having to be cancelled, or for some unforeseen reason curtailed, The Feast undertakes to refund fees already paid to participants and will bear all additional costs of repatriating participants in a holiday outside the UK.
What about insurance?
The Feast is fully covered for public liability. You are not, however, insured against personal accident or injury as a result of an accident or loss of possessions. We therefore suggest those who feel that additional insurance is necessary to make their own arrangements. The insurance industry is regulated by the Financial Services Authority, we are unable to provide advice on insurance matters.
The Feast reserves the right to:
- refuse any application;
- alter or cancel a holiday where necessary;
- ask a young person to leave the holiday if their behaviour is incompatible with the general enjoyment and well-being of others, in which case the parent or guardian will be informed and collection arrangements must be made at their own expense and no refund will be given.
Download a copy of our Terms and Conditions.