Privacy Terms & Conditions

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Sports Participation

When participating in activities provided by Reds in the Community it is understood that the trust cannot be liable for any loss or injury which the applicant may sustain whilst attending the holiday course. In the event of injury to my child, I allow consent to emergency treatment by a qualified first aider and give my permission for them to be taken to a hospital if necessary. It is also understood that it is the parent/Guardians responsibility to inform Reds in the Community of any medical condition that could affect a child’s participation in any activity.

From time to time Barnsley FC players will visit the children and provide opportunities to gain signatures and other memorabilia. Barnsley FC and/or Reds in the Community will not be liable for any other items that the child wishes to have signed other than materials that are provided.

Photography

A child is defined as a person under the age of 18 (The Children Act 1989). We want to provide event participants/Parents/Guardians with quality images of their sporting achievements.  This often means photographing minors.  We cover events with the permission of the event organizer and that of the Parent or Guardian on all of our application forms (please note that if you leave this section blank we will assume permission is granted).

At times Reds in the Community may wish to take photos or video of the team or indivuduals in it. We adhere to The FA and Premier League guidelines to ensure these are safe and respectful and used solely for the purposes for which they are intended, which is promotion and celebration of the activities of Reds in the Community.

Soccer Camps

When participating in activities provided by Reds in the Community it is understood that the trust cannot be liable for any loss or injury which the applicant may sustain whilst attending the holiday course. In the event of injury to my child I allow consent to emergency treatment by a qualified first aider and give my permission for them to be taken to hospital if necessary.

It is also understood that it is the Parent/Guardians responsibility to inform Reds in the Community of any medical condition that could affect a child’s participation in any activity. At times Reds in the Community may wish to take photos or videos of the team or individuals in it.

We adhere to The FA Guidelines to ensure these are safe and respectful and used solely for the purposes for which they are intended, which is promotion and celebration of the activities of Reds in the Community.

When dropping off children at our Soccer Camps, it is understood that children are under the responsibility of Reds in the Community between the hours of which the courses run, 9am – 3pm inclusive on each day, and 10am – 11am on Friday for Mini Kickers.