Terms & Conditions of Supply

Terms & Conditions of Supply

The terms and conditions of business of 12 degrees Ltd are outlined below and all work undertaken by the Company shall be on these terms unless specifically varied in writing and signed for and on behalf of the Client and by a Director for and on behalf of the Company.

In accepting the Proposal and engaging the Company, these conditions shall be deemed to have been accepted by the Client on its own behalf and for and on behalf of its employees, suppliers, servants, agents or sub-contractors acting on behalf of the Client.


1.1  “The Client” the individual, firm, company, undertaking or entity of any nature who makes a booking with the Company for a Service or Event.  When referred to throughout these Terms and Conditions it includes “The Guest” any person firm or company who attends the service or event at the invitation of the Client and “The Individual” any Guest or any person from the Client or any other person who attends the Service or Event howsoever or in whatever capacity.

1.2  “The Company” 12 degrees Ltd including where applicable its employees, suppliers, servants, agents, or sub-contractors acting on behalf of the Company.

1.3  “The Contract” the agreement between the Company and the Client to perform the service as set out in the Proposal (the Booking Form) and any subsequent variations thereto.

1.4  “The Proposal” the letter and/or documents from the Company to the Client giving details of the services offered by the Company to the Client including the Price which forms the Contract and any subsequent variations thereto.

1.5  “The Price” the fee due to the Company from the Client in payment for the agreed Services.

1.6  “The Service or Event” the supply of the Services or Events as laid out in the Proposal or Contract to the Client by the Company.  Any variation to the service must be agreed in writing by the Company and Client unless the change is necessary to comply with safety or other statutory requirements, and then the Company may make the change with every attempt to notify the client.  However, it is understood that certain circumstances may not allow for this


2.1  All prices quoted by the Company are exclusive of Value Added Tax, this will be charged at the prevailing rate at the time of invoice.  All prices are in pounds sterling and shall be payable in that currency, unless otherwise agreed by the Company.

2.2  Prices quoted by the Company may be amended in writing with notice being given to the Client.  Any errors or omissions in any Proposal or increases caused by a change in circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Company or increases imposed by the Company’s suppliers, the client will be notified verbally and in writing and payable by the client.

All bookings of whatever nature are accepted on the understanding that the Client will book for the minimum number of guests and at the minimum price per head or amount specified in the Proposal. The Company shall make no refund or allowance if fewer persons actually attend the Service or Event.

2.4  The Client shall pay to the Company a minimum non-returnable deposit of 50% of the total quoted price, exclusive of VAT at the time of booking the Service or Event.  The balance of the price must be paid in full 30 days prior to the Service or Event or within 7 days from the date of invoice, whichever is earlier.  Bookings made within 30 days of the Service or Event must be accompanied by prompt payment in full on receipt of the invoice.  If this payment is not received, the Company will levy an 8% surcharge (this being 8% of the value of the event booked).  All accounts for additional services or goods provided and not included in the Proposal must be paid within 14 days of the relevant invoice. These conditions shall apply to all bookings unless otherwise stated on the booking form.

2.5  Any questions relating to an invoice must be notified to the Company in writing within 7 days of the invoice date.  Failure to comply will render the full invoice payable on the due date.


3.1  In the event of cancellation by the Client; notice must be in writing to the Company.

Failure to attend on the date shown in the Proposal for the Service or Event will mean that the Client is immediately liable to pay the full Contract price subject to Clauses 3.1a), b) and c) hreafter

  1. a) The Company will make reasonable efforts to resell the facilities on behalf of the Client and will give credit to the Client for any monies recovered in this way.
  2. b) In so far as the Company is not charged for any item by its suppliers and sub-contractors then the Company will give credit such items but
  3. c) Any costs incurred by the Company in the cancellation of the Service or Event shall be additional to the Price and the Company will be entitled to retain such sums from any monies recovered or saved in paragraphs 3.1a) and b) above and as far as they exceed the amounts in 3.1a) and b) above then the Client will be liable to pay such sums to the Company.

3.2  If due to circumstances beyond the Company’s control, it is necessary to make changes in the arrangements relating to the Service or Event, the Company shall notify the Client as soon as possible.  The Company reserves the right to make such changes but will endeavor to keep them to a minimum and as close to the original Proposal as is reasonably possible in the circumstances. In the event of postponement of a Service or Event for any cause beyond the control of the Company, they will use all reasonable endeavors to offer an alternative date agreeable to both parties and endeavor to obtain any fund disbursed in connection with the Service or Event to the Company’s suppliers or contractors.  Such refunds may be at the discretion of the Company and will be reimbursed less an administrative fee of the sum which reasonably compensates the Company for the time and the costs associated with such postponement liability.

3.4  Either party may at any time terminate The Contract by giving written notice if the other commits any breach of these terms and conditions and if capable of remedy, fails to remedy the breach within 14 days of the written notice.  If the Client becomes bankrupt or goes into liquidation, except for the purposes of amalgamation or reconstruction, the Company may retain any sums already paid by the Client without prejudice to any other rights it may have at law or otherwise.


4.1  The Company agrees to exercise all reasonable skill and care in the provision of the Service or Event. Neither the Company (including its employees or agents) shall be liable for any damage, loss, delay, or expenses caused to the Client (including its employees, agents, licensees or invitees or any other persons attending the Service or Event) except insofar as it results from the proven negligence of the Company.  The Company’s liability shall in all cases be limited to the sums paid by the Client and shall exclude indirect or consequential loss of whatsoever nature.

4.2  Public Liability Insurance covering the Service or Event is included in the price as part of the supplier/sub-contractor contract.  Personal Accident Insurance is not included in the price.

4.3  Safety is paramount, and The Client agrees on its own behalf and on behalf of each individual attending the event that the opinion of the Company on safety matters is final.  The Clients will comply with any request, instruction or order made by the Company and its suppliers in the interest of safety.

Health – Some of the events or activities you may book may require a good level of fitness, strength, and endurance. It is your responsibility to ensure that all those taking part have the appropriate level of fitness required.

4.4  The Company reserves the right to request any Individual or Guest to leave or not participate in the Service or Event if in the opinion of the Company the Individual or Guest is behaving in a dangerous, unreasonable, or disruptive manner or is under the influence of alcohol/ any other substance.  The Client agrees to ensure that request be complied by each and every Individual or Guest.

The Client agrees that in the event of deliberate damage being caused to any facilities, including vessels, buildings, fixtures and fittings, the Client shall be liable for all the damage or the full replacement value of each and every item.  And further be responsible for any claim for losses and/or damages made against the Company by its suppliers and sub-contractors.

The Client agrees to observe all regulations of customs, port, harbour or other authorities and all applicable foreign laws to which the event/ service becomes subject.

Where the Company negotiates on behalf of the Client on the hiring of any services, equipment, or motor vehicles to be under the Client’s control, the company is deemed to act only as an agent for the Client, who shall assume all liabilities to the owner/lessor and otherwise howsoever in connection with the hiring and shall indemnify the Company against any loss, claim, liability, damage, or expense arising there from.

4.7  The Company shall not be liable for any failure to fulfill any obligation if such fulfillment is prevented by any cause whatsoever beyond the Company’s control.

4.8  It is the Client’s responsibility to read and adhere to the Terms and Conditions and to inform all individuals, firms and companies attending the Service or Event of their contents.  The Client agrees to provide the Company with the name and after-hours telephone number of a person who the company may contact in the event of short notice changes to the schedule for any reason or in the case of emergency.

4.9  For Marine based events the Company will not allow children under the age of 16 years to be members of the client’s party.


5.1  The Contract shall be governed by the laws of England and the Client agrees to submit to the jurisdiction of the English Courts.

5.2  The Client shall ensure that no guest’s) who are disqualified under Section 21 Firearms Act 1968 under paragraphs (I) and (ii) and (iii) shall be permitted to take part in Clay Pigeon Shooting or Musketry in any way

SUPPLIERS & SUB-CONTRACTORS   The Client acknowledges and accepts that in order to carry out the Service or Event the Company will negotiate such Contracts on behalf of the Client with a variety of suppliers and sub-contractors.  It is the Company’s opinion that these additional services are required for the proper fulfillment of the Service or Event.  The Client accepts that in so doing the Company will be bound by the Terms and Conditions set by the suppliers and sub-contractors.

These terms and conditions will thereupon form part of the Contract between the Company and the Client and the Client accepts that it will be similarly bound by the same.

I have read the above Terms and Conditions and agree to abide by them and further accept that they govern our Contract with the Company and that no other Terms and Conditions apply.  The Client will sign both copies of the booking confirmation booking form and Terms and Conditions and returning, one copy of each to 12 degrees Ltd with the 50% non-returnable deposit.


All personal details provided to us will remain strictly confidential and are kept on file for a maximum period of 6 years for business reasons. We will never pass your data to another company. We do not store debit/credit card details on file. You have the right to opt out of any communications via email or phone at any time.

Should you not interact with us for a period of 2 years, you will be automatically unsubscribed from our mailing database unless previously opted-out.

Company Details – 12 Degrees Ltd, incorporated in England whose registered office is at:
1a Chiswick End

VAT No: 870 1323 52
Company number: 5809206

We can be contacted in writing at the above address or as follows: By telephone on 000 0938 501 or by email on events@12degrees.co.uk