Please inform all participants booked onto the event via your booking of the following;
If you are delayed in arriving, contact us by phone (07906 832 952), if delayed we may not be able to wait for you.
Natural settings and woodland have some levels of hazard which we can’t remove.
Outdoor settings have natural trip hazards (tree roots etc) and eye level flora such as hanging branches. Some flora have thorns which can scratch. If the weather has been wet then the terrain may be slippery or water logged. You may come into contact with wildlife, including biting insects and dogs.
Some activities may include the use of tools such as mallets, knives, saws and flint and steels, facilitators will give instruction on how to use them safely. The workshop may involve activities using natural materials such as nettles, sticks, mud and rocks.
Visibility is reduced at nighttime, attendees of evening and nighttime events are advised to bring a head torch.
If the event includes a camp fire please don’t wear highly flammable clothing such as shell suit type material. Scarves and long hair should be tied back.
Parents/Guardians are responsible for the safety and well-being of children attending with them during the event. It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to ensure that the children attending with them follow guidance and to ensure that their children do not start activities until guidance has been given.
It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to ensure that the children attending with them use materials and interact with wildlife safely and bring any precautions such as insect repellent with them.
Clothing and welfare
The session will be held entirely outdoors. We will meet whatever the weather except storms, ongoing heavy rain and high winds, nature and all that she brings will be part of the experience.
Please dress appropriately for the weather and to be comfortable throughout the workshop. Please be aware that being seated for longer periods and being under a wooded canopy may mean you feel cooler than you would generally being outdoors. We suggest layered clothing for warmth and bringing waterproof clothing and sturdy waterproof footwear.
Bring drinking water and any snacks. For day long courses please bring a packed lunch.
Some of the venues we use have flush toilets, some do not. Please see event details or contact the organiser.
Lyme disease is recognised as an increasing problem in the UK. Lyme disease is a bacterial disease spread by tick bites . Ticks are more prevalent in areas with large mammals such as deer. If deer are present in our walk area you are advised to check yourself afterwards.
Lyme Disease can be prevented through using insect repellent (we recommend Ultrathon Insect Repellent by 3M) and the prompt and safe removal of ticks. Further information can be found on the NHS website http://www.nhs.uk/Con…
First Aid Kit
Your walk leader is First Aid trained and has an Advanced Wilderness First Aid certificate. Please note they are unable to offer medication such as painkillers. You might find it useful to bring your own small first aid kit, with any personal medication.
If you require insurance to participate in outdoor walks and events, you must make your own arrangements to ensure adequate cover.
Please inform us (email@example.com) of medical conditions or allergies you wish us to know about which may be relevant to individuals booked under this ticket and their participation in outdoor activities. This information will be kept within strictest confidence.
What to bring
– rucksac for your personal property
– small first aid kit and any personal medications (e.g. inhaler, epi-pen, painkillers
– head torch
– insect repellent
– outdoor work gloves (useful not essential)
Wild in the City cannot take responsibility for any property, which is lost or damaged during the session.
Wild in the City would like to take photographs and video of the session for use online and in printed materials. Please inform us on the day if you do not wish individuals booked under this ticket to be filmed or photographed.
Weather and cancellations
The event will run whatever the weather except high winds, onging heavy rain and storms. If we need to cancel the event due to weather we will endeavour to contact you at least 2 hours before the session is due to start, your fee will be transferable to a rescheduled date.
Acceptance of risk
In booking this ticket you accept all risks in participating in the event.
I understand that in booking I am declaring the following;
1. All people booked under this ticket are of sufficient physical fitness to participate in the course
2. I accept all risks on behalf of myself and those attending with me in participating in the course, including injury and loss of life
3. Wild in the City cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to property