Seafarers UK and Global Challenge UK (GCUK) hold full public liability insurance; however, all teams are required to obtain insurance for their team members and ensure each individual is covered for taking part in a ‘charity challenge event’.
All participants must be fit and healthy and will be required to complete a medical form in order to take part in the event, which will be information shared with GCUK only. For safety purposes and in order to avoid any incident, Seafarers UK and GCUK reserve the right to stop any team or team member from taking part or completing the challenge.
All those signing up to the Seafarers UK 24 Peaks Challenge do so at their own risk. Seafarers UK is unable to accept responsibility for any loss or damage, however arising.
Your team should consist of 4-7 walkers plus one non-walker who will act as your support crew. GCUK will require notification of final names, contact and next of kin details no later than six weeks prior to the event.
All drivers should have full DVLA driving licences and be adequately insured for the vehicles they are driving. GCUK and Seafarers UK will accept no responsibility or liability for teams as they journey between mountains.
In order to secure a place on the Seafarers UK 24 Peaks Challenge 2020, teams will be required to submit this form signed and pay the agreed registration fee. The registration fee is applied at Seafarers UK’s discretion. In addition, each team must pledge to raise the minimum fundraising target of £4,000 (excluding Gift Aid).
When fundraising, each team member must agree to act lawfully and follow the fundraising guidelines given by Seafarers UK. We require that fundraisers do not do anything that may harm Seafarers UK’s reputation or act in a manner contrary to our values.
If your team wishes to withdraw from the event for any reason, you must notify Seafarers UK at the earliest opportunity. If this occurs 12-weeks before the event or later, you will be requested to pay a £200 late withdrawal fee, your registration fee will not be refunded and any money raised will be retained as a donation towards Seafarers UK. Seafarers UK reserves the right to cancel your team’s place if we do not receive as specified the required funds, team or medical information, or for any other reason in the best interests of the charity.
All correspondence regarding your place should be dealt directly with Seafarers UK, except when sending Global Challenge your Medical Forms.
Seafarers UK actively seeks publicity to promote and create awareness about its work. If there is anything about your team that might make a good story for the media then please contact Seafarers UK on 020 7932 5960.