Delegate Booking Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions apply to ticket purchases for Communicating COP26, organised by Wildscreen Trading Ltd, a company registered in England and Wales under number 02610585. By purchasing your ticket you agree to be bound by these terms. 

Wildscreen requires that all fees are paid in full on booking or, if we reach a prior agreement to issue an invoice for fees, within 30 days of receipt. Failure to pay may result in refusal of entry to the venue and/or online platform.

Tickets: A Full Pass gives you full access to the event on 15 November 2021 and access to the virtual platform up to 1 month following the event. An Online Pass grants access to the event livestream on 15 November 2021 and virtual platform up to 1 month following the event. All tickets are refundable 7 days after purchase up until 1 September 2021, a fee may be charged.

Following 1 September 2021 passes may only be can be transferred to another attendee for the event for a fee of £10 ( VAT where applicable). Requests to transfer your ticket to an alternative person must be made via email to hello@wildscreen.org. Such requests shall be approved or denied by Wildscreen in its sole discretion and an administration fee may be charged. By purchasing you agree that the tickets are for the personal use of you and your party only, and will not be resold. Any resale or attempt to resell the tickets will result in your order being cancelled without prior notification.

 

Wildscreen may discount the price of tickets and set deadlines by which the discount offers expire. We may change the dates of these deadlines at our discretion.

Delegates may be asked to provide proof of purchase and ID upon arrival at the live event and/or online platform. Any individuals identified not to be in possession of a valid delegate pass will be asked to purchase a ticket at the applicable rate before entry is permitted.

Occasionally, events are cancelled or postponed for a variety of reasons. Venues are also subject to change. As soon as Wildscreen is notified of any significant amendments we will contact all delegates by email, or by phone if it is urgent. If the event has been cancelled, you will be entitled to a face value refund, as any booking and transaction fees are non-refundable. If the event is rescheduled or moved venue, you will be given the option of retaining your tickets for the new date/location, or claiming a face-value refund. In the scenario of an event cancellation due to governmental guideline changes due to COVID-19, we will convert to a fully online event and provide a partial refund to live event tickets holders to the price of an Online Pass.

Please note, in the event of an event being cancelled or postponed, Wildscreen cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred by the delegate for travel, accommodation or any other related service.

Wildscreen reserves the right to alter the content of the programme after publication.

Attendees should be aware that they may be photographed or filmed at times and the recordings may be distributed.

Your contact details will be published on a delegate list tool, which is distributed to all attendees of Communicating COP26. We will always respect your privacy and any personal communication between you and ourselves. We will always comply with any data protection legislation currently in force.

Communicating COP26 is only open to people over the age of 18, unless by prior agreement. Wildscreen reserves the right to deny admission of anyone believed to be under the age of 18 who cannot provide identification.

The right to admission to an event is reserved by Wildscreen and the Communicating COP26 venues, who may take health and safety, environmental and security concerns into account at their reasonable discretion.

Wildscreen Trading Ltd is a company wholly owned by Wildscreen, a registered charity (#299450) and a registered company (#02206559) in England and Wales.

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