CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE BEAUDESERT & HENLEY-IN-ARDEN WEB SITE
This site is made available for public access subject to the terms below. If you do not accept these terms, you may not access the site and should leave immediately.
Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden has made reasonable efforts to ensure that the information contained in this web site is accurate at the time of inclusion, however there may be inadvertent and occasional errors for which we apologise. The Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden makes no representations or warranties about the information provided through this web site, including any hypertext links or any other items used either directly or indirectly from the Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden web site. Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden may make changes and corrections at any time, without notice.
Use of this web site is permitted on the basis that the Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden accepts no liability for any loss or damages of whatsoever kind resulting from whatever cause (including Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden's negligence) through the use of this web site and the material contained or referred to on it. However, nothing in these terms shall restrict Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden's liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence or fraud, or for fraudulent misrepresentations.
The entire content of the site including its visual design and coding is subject to copyright protection and is owned by or licensed to the Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden.
Data collected from the Contact form will be used to process your request and will be recorded for Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden use only. Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden will not pass on your details to anyone else. Your email address will be added to our emailing list. Messages sent from the Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden will include instructions on how to remove yourself from the list and we promise never to sell or pass on your details to any third party.
Use of this site shall be subject to the laws of England and Wales and any disputes or claims in connection with it shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in England and Wales.