Terms and Conditions
This event is organised by and raising funds solely for Devon Air Ambulance Trust and The Royal Marines Charity. Any entrant found to be raising funds for another charity may have their entry cancelled. Any entry fee paid will be non-refundable.
Collection and Use of Information
By entering the RMCC you acknowledge and agree that the organisers can store your personal information for use only in relation to the event. This includes but is not limited to medical information provided being passed on to third party medical personnel only in the event that medical treatment is required at the event.
Use of Images
I recognise that various photographs, video recordings, and other media will be taken during the event. I agree to grant the organisers full permission to use any photographs, video recordings, or other media of the event that contain me for the purpose of promoting the event, or for any purpose deemed appropriate by the organisation.
For safety purposes, I agree to refrain from using headphones whilst taking part in the event.
All participants must be 16 years of age or over on 8 October 2016. Entries for those aged 16-18 on the day of the RMCC must have their entries authorised by a parent/guardian.
You must wear long sleeves and long length legging or similar. You can wear fancy dress. Knee/wrist/elbow pads are recommended but not obligatory. Supportive footwear is also essential. Make sure you bring a change of clothes. Bins will be provided if you wish to throw away your muddy and wet clothing. If in doubt or you have any questions please contact us.
If you are unable to take part in the event for any reason your entry fee will be non refundable and will be classed as a donation.
If the event is unable to take place due to unforeseen circumstances, the organisers will be entitled to postpone or cancel the event. In such circumstances, the event organisers will email you.
Your entry fee will be non-refundable and the event organisers accept no other liability to you for any costs or expenses you may incur as a result of that postponement or cancellation. In the event of cancellation online sponsorship monies will be returned to the donor. If you have taken monies re sponsorship personally you are responsible to return this to the donors.
The event organisers also undertake to promote postponement/cancellation on all of their social media channels (Facebook and Twitter) The charities being supported will also advise via their website, social media channels and via local radio where possible. It is your responsibility to ensure the event organisers have a valid email address for you. If you should change your email address please email email@example.com with your full name, date of birth, old and new email address.