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“Confidential Information”


means all information about the parties, including:

information created or arising from this agreement; information, comment or implication published on any Internet social medium.



Means all money payable by the Clients to us, however described, as per clauses 3.5 to 3.6 below.




Means a supplier hired by the Clients to provide a service for their Event or otherwise agreed to be ordered by us on behalf of the Clients.


Means the Event venue or the location where we the decor services will be delivered or will be carried out, namely (enter name of venue and address).



A supplier/company recommended by us that  has a similar experience as us in the events industry in terms of types of bookings they undertake and years within the events industry



Any reference to days related to notice period/termination includes weekends/bank holidays and public holidays.

“Event/s ”


1.            Our Contract of service


1.1            Exclusivity: it is understood that Bradgate flowers will act as the sole and exclusive Florist and décor provider for your Wedding. By                           signing this contract, the client agrees that no other person or company, professional or otherwise, shall provide fresh or artificial floral                   products, vessels or props for the client's ceremony or wedding reception without the consent of Bradgate Flowers


1.2            The Clients acknowledge that they have read and understood the terms of this agreement and that they are bound by this agreement,                    including any documents referred to in section 1.2 and any amendment to this agreement.

1.3             Information and documents sent by way of emails by us other documents such as the bespoke quotation/Booking Form and How I                          work document are a part of this agreement and should be read in conjunction with this agreement.

1.4            We warrant and undertake that we are not aware of anything within our reasonable control which might or will adversely affect our                          ability to fulfil our obligations under this agreement.

1.5            No amendment or variation to this agreement is valid unless mutually agreed, in writing, signed by each of the parties or their                                    authorised representative.

1.6            The Clients are strongly advised to insure against cancellation of the Event/s due to unforeseen circumstances

2.                 Services booked and General Terms 


2.1               We may at our discretion outsource the entire service or aspects of the service to businesses that are our recommended suppliers and work closely                             with us. The businesses are not employed by us and work with us as freelancers/independent contractors.

​2.2               All services arranged directly by the Clients will be their responsibility. We will only be responsible for services undertaken by us.


2.3               The fee stated on the quotation reflects the prevailing costs at the time of the quotation which is valid for 14 days. The quotation includes labour and                             costs of installation on the Event/s day, break down and removal following the Event/s. If in the period up to the completion of this agreement, there is                         any increase in cost to us or a variation in the services required by the Clients, then the fee shall be amended accordingly. The package includes one                               virtual or face to face consultation. Any additional consultations visits will incur a charge. Site visits are also chargeable. If the Clients fail to attend any                             venue visit, there will be a penalty of £50.00 applied to the booking. 


2.5               If the Venue charges us a fee including parking fee, these charges will be notified and payable by the Clients via bank transfer within 7 days.


2.6               We operate on a minimum spend basis of £500 for weddings and the published prices for all other floral items in our shop.  Any bookings below this                          minimum spend will only be accepted at our discretion. and must be agreed by us.


2.7              There might be slight variations between each individual item (in terms of colour, material, sizes)– such variations/imperfections in products will not be                        considered as faulty and do not give grounds for complaints/replacements or a refund.


2.8              Where an item such as fresh flowers, silk flowers or handmade products becomes unavailable a similar item/goods/flowers will be used as a                                            replacement with the Client’s consent.

2.9              Images used on our Website, social media, brochures or quotations are for illustrative purposes only and there might be variation in colour of the                                  items and the images. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that the colour of the items/equipment hired will match the exact colour displayed on the                                  screen of the Client’s device. If the Clients have any concerns regarding this, the Clients must advise us of such concerns before entering into this                                      agreement.

2.10           Any task which is deemed to be unsafe, will not be carried out by our team. We cannot guarantee but will endeavour to find an alternate way to way                              to  achieve the desired effect.


​2.11           Availability, colours and price of fresh flowers is subject to variances in the weather, and natural seasons. If the flowers chosen by the Clients at the                                 time  of booking are not available for use on the Event/s day, our supplier/event florist will be happy to recommend alternatives in keeping with the                               price and colour scheme. We/our suppliers always use good quality flowers but we cannot guarantee that they will remain fresh for the duration of                               the Client’s Event/s.​ We do not accept liability for wilting of flowers due to excess heat in any venue.

3.Payment schedule and our obligations

3.1            We will complete our obligations as per this clause, for the Fee which shall be calculated and paid as set out in clauses 3.5 to 3.6 (inclusive).

3.2            All money mentioned in this agreement is subject to the addition of VAT where due.

3.3            We are under no obligation to liaise, take instructions, receive written correspondence/ or notices related to this agreement from anyone except the                             Clients.

    We are under no obligation to issue a reminder to the Clients for any initial or outstanding payment/s. The Clients must ensure payments are made               on  time.

   We reserve the right to use the Client’s images and of their Event/s (both professional and images clicked by us) for the purposes of                                                 marketing/promotion/advertising or use on our social media, website or other platforms such as but not limited to magazines, blogs, publications,                   newspapers. By entering into this agreement, the Clients grant us permission to use their images as mentioned above. If the Clients wish to withdraw             consent in relation to the use of their images, they must serve a written notice on us 28 days prior to the Event/s date. We might request professional  i   images taken on the Event/s day by the photographer booked by the Clients, for marketing purposes.

 At the first stage, a deposit of £100.00 to secure the date and an initial fee of 40% of the net fee is payable in cleared funds to us via bank transfer by the   Clients within 14 days of the date on which this agreement and the bespoke quotation/Booking Form is emailed to the Clients by us. Furthermore, if the   Clients order any bespoke items for their Event/s which we do not have in stock, this will be payable in full at the time at the same time as the deposit and   the initial fee. Once the deposit and the initial fee is paid, the prices quoted for our services and items will be guaranteed for a period of 12 months from   the date of the quotation. Our bank details are as follows: please contact

 The initial fee of 40% is not a deposit and covers the following tasks/expenses  incurred by us

3.4        checking availability; conducting initial consultation; designing the wedding based on the initial virtual or in person consultation; calculation of quantity of                    stems for each variety of flower chosen and contacting suppliers for costs; preparation of a bespoke quotation based on the Client’s requirements and a                    mini mood board with details of services requested, type of flowers/foliage to be used and any other relevant costs; one phone consultation after the                          quotation has been sent to make any required changes; preparation of a bespoke Booking Form/final quotation and an agreement based on the final                          quote agreed between the parties; confirmation of booking email once deposit and initial fee (and monies for any bespoke products/items) has been paid                by the Clients; liaising with the Clients from the time of booking up until the Event/s date via email; researching items and any third party suppliers required                to provide our services; considering and entering into agreements with suppliers on the Clients’ behalf and paying their deposit/booking fee to secure their                services; liaising with and placing orders of items/equipment from third parties, sourcing/arranging items on behalf of the Clients, any additional work we                   deem necessary to perform our obligations under this agreement and in the Client’s best interest; any work resulting from further specific                                                  instructions/information provided by the Clients prior to their Events/Wedding day.

3.5        Once the aforementioned work in clause 3.5 above has been carried out and delivered by us and/or any bespoke or specific items/goods/flowers have                        been purchased and suppliers paid to secure their services, the deposit, initial fee of 40% of the net fee and/or the monies used to purchase bespoke or                      specific items/goods/flowers mentioned above; will be non-refundable in the event of this agreement being terminated by either party for any reason.

3.6        A final payment of 60% of the net fee and any additional costs including travel, time spent to pack all the goods/items required for the set-up, time                                  pent setting up at the venue will be payable via bank transfer 6 weeks days prior to the Event date on ___??_____. Upon receipt of the outstanding                                        balance, we will provide our services as outlined in this agreement. This final payment will cover costs to carry out tasks such as finalising and                                            confirming the order with the Clients and making any necessary changes before the balance becomes due; finalising number of stems/materials                                    and confirming this with suppliers so that the order can be processed and prepared for shipment by the supplier; settling final invoices issued by                                    any suppliers secured for the Clients’ Event/s; checking and conditioning every single stem; creation of the final design agreed with the Clients;                                          packing of items ordered by the Clients on hire basis; staff costs who will travel to the venue on the Event/s day to unload items, set up and                                                installation of designs at the venue, removal and collection. The collection and delivery charges are included within the final balance.

3.7        We reserve the right to charge the Clients for any reasonable time spent/ additional costs incurred as a result of any delay caused by the Clients; any                              changes to the booking and or venue and any additional travel due to these changes to the booking made by the Clients; a decision deemed necessary                      and taken by us to perform our obligations or due to any circumstances within reasonable control of the Clients.

3.8        The Clients shall make payment of these costs via bank transfer within 7 days of being notified by us.

3.9        We are not responsible for any damage caused to the venue, any items/furniture supplied or arranged by the Clients on the Event/s day.

3.10      We will provide our services with reasonable care and skill and advise the Clients to use equipment recommended by us to enable us to deliver our                               services. If the Clients provide and or arrange items/equipment to be used by us on their behalf, we will not be held responsible for loss of enjoyment,                         stress and inconvenience caused on the Event/s day due to:

  • Not being able to achieve the desired look and aesthetic;

  • The items/equipment not being safe and/or causing damage to the venue and any other items owned by the venue, third parties or the Clients not remaining intact throughout the Events/s day

  • The items/equipment’s not being fully functional 

  • Our staff not having the experience/knowledge of how to use these items/equipment supplied/arranged by the Client

  • The items/equipment not remaining intact, collapsing.

  • We prefer to work on the ground floor (except venues where there is access/lift) for health and safety reasons. If the Clients are unable to book a              ground floor space as their wedding venue, we will require assistance (to be arranged by the Clients) in arranging access with the Venue staff. If we          re required to carry décor items/equipment via a staircase, additional charges may apply.

  • If a situation arises which is deemed to be an emergency by us, particularly on the day of the Event/s, we reserve the right to take whatever action            we reasonably think necessary to maximise the success of the Event/s day and fulfil our obligations.

  • We are not obliged to stay at the Venue/return to the venue out of hours or for any reason beyond the time specified on the booking form and                  once our work has been carried out as per this agreement and the Booking Form. If for any reason, we have to stay at the Venue or return out of              hours for collection of goods/items, additional charges may apply which must be borne by the Client.

4.Client’s Obligations

 The Clients are responsible for:

4.1                 Giving us clear instructions;

4.2                 Informing us at the outset (prior to paying the initial fee) about any special requirements, completing and provide accurate information requested                                 and required by us to complete the booking.


4.3                 Booking the adequate package required by them for their Event/s day.

4.4                 Being punctual for any consultations and venue visits. If the Clients are late for the consultations and/or site visits, additional charges may apply.

4.5                 Reading, understanding and checking that all the details included in the quotation/Booking Form are correct as these carry important information                                 which will be relied upon by us to perform our obligations.

4.6                 Making payments specified on the Booking Form and clauses 3.5 to 3.6 (inclusive) in a timely manner. Failure to make timely payment shall entitle                                 us  to  stop all work including work regulated by any other agreement and not attend on the Events day to provide the agreed services. The date                                     and the booking is not reserved and/or secured until the Clients pay the amounts set out in clause 3.5.

4.7                 The Clients will not delegate their obligations, including the obligation to provide instructions, issue written correspondence and or notices, change                                  booking details or make payments under this contract to any other person, whether for money or otherwise.

          In addition to the Fees specified in clauses 3.5 to 3.6 (inclusive), the Clients will pay any generally approved extra unplanned and unspecified costs                      that  we may incur such as, but not limited to congestion and or toll charges, parking, charges arising as a result of the Client making changes to                        the booking, additional services and all other reasonable and customary costs in order to complete this contract. The Clients will be required to pay                  such expenses via bank transfer within 7 days of being notified of such expenses.

4.8                  The Clients will indemnify us against any liability to any Supplier/Venue/Hotel (including accommodation booked for us) booked by the Clients in                                      relation to this agreement in the event of any claim against us. The indemnity will include all of our professional, legal fees and our time.

4.9                  If the Clients changes the Venue, the Clients will be liable to pay additional travel costs if the location of the new Venue warrants us to travel further                               Than the original Venue. The Clients will also be liable for any other costs incurred by us such as (but not limited to) parking, toll charges,                                                      congestion etc. These costs must be paid via bank transfer by the Clients, within 7 days of being notified by us.

4.10               The Clients will not make drastic changes to the booking that would result in reduction of the value of the package by more than 10% of the                                             original fee  quoted for the goods/services. To make changes to the total value/type of service, the Clients must notify us via email at least 8 weeks                                   days prior to the Event/s Day. We will not allow any changes to the order within 8 weeks from the Event/s day and once an order has been placed                                   by us on your  behalf based on your requirements for bespoke items/goods/flowers. The change will only be deemed mutually agreed if and                                           when the Clients receives written confirmation from us, agreeing to the change. If the change to the order exceeds 10% of the overall value of                                           order and/or the change made is not agreed by us, the cancellation policy within clause 8.3 will apply. In this case, the deposit and the initial fee of                                   40% will not be refunded and we reserve the right to charge the Clients for any additional work carried out by us and/or any expenses incurred by    us                         on the Client’s behalf. If such changes are made, this does not mean that the Clients will get a reduction in overall value of the goods/services.                                           Where reductions in item numbers occur, the value would be distributed across the other items within the order.

4.11              Goods/items used or supplied by us (excluding fresh flowers) in connection with this agreement shall, unless expressly agreed by us in writing, be on                             hire for the duration of the Event/s. The Clients will be responsible for the Company's property from the time of delivery up until the time of                                               collection by us. In the event that our items/equipment Including our LED LOVE letters are lost,damaged/or is rendered not fit for purpose for future                             bookings, as a result of actions/negligence of the Clients or their guests at the Venue, the Clients will be liable to compensate us in full for loss,                                           breakage and or the replacement of damaged items/equipment, professional cleaning charges and any loss of income if we are unable to fulfil other                           bookings due to the items/décor/equipment not being fit for purpose for further use. If such a situation arises, we will issue an invoice and send it via                           email to the Clients. The Clients will be liable to pay the sum mentioned on the invoice within 7 days from receipt of the invoice.

4.12             The Clients will be responsible to arrange access to the Venue for us and adequate time for set up and collection. In the event of any delays caused    on                        the day as a failure to do this, we will not be responsible if the set-up or collection is not completed by the agreed time. If we are required to          return                        to  the venue out of hours for collection of goods/items, additional charges may apply

4.13             The Clients will be responsible to pay a refundable fee of £100.00 to cover the cost of breakage of any goods/items. The Client is responsible to                                        claim  this within one month of their Event/s day. The refund will be processed using the same means of payment used by the Clients to pay this  fee.

4.14             If the Clients wish to hire our post box, we will collect the post box on the following day of the event. The Clients will appoint one person who will                                     empty the post box and the gifts and the contents will be their responsibility. The post box must be emptied by 9.30am, the box must be locked   and                           the keys posted inside in readiness for collection. If we have to make another trip to collect the post-box, additional charges will apply.


5.1             Each party undertakes that it shall not at any time during this agreement, and after termination of this agreement, disclose to any                            person any confidential information concerning the business, affairs, customers, Clients or suppliers of the other party, except as                              permitted by Clause 5.2;

5.2                Each party may disclose the other party’s confidential information:

                      (a)  to its employees, officers, representatives or advisers who need to know such information for the purposes of exercising the party’s rights or                                      carrying  out its obligations under or in connection with this agreement. Each party shall ensure that its employees, officers, representatives or                                         advisers to whom it discloses the other party’s confidential information comply with this Clause; and (b) as may be required by law, a court of                                           competent jurisdiction or any governmental or regulatory authority.

 5.3              No party shall use any other party’s confidential information for any purpose other than to exercise its rights and perform its obligations under or in                             connection with this agreement.

6.Limitation of liability

6.1               All implied conditions, warranties and terms are excluded from this agreement. If in any jurisdiction an implied condition, warranty or term cannot                                 be excluded, then this sub paragraph will be deemed to be reduced in effect, only to the extent necessary to release that specific condition,                                               warranty or term.

6.2               We shall not be liable to the Clients for any loss or expense which is an indirect or consequential loss; economic loss or other loss of turnover,                                           profits, business; loss of amenity represented by the Clients having no visual record of an event; loss or damage suffered by the Client as a result of                                an action brought by a third party or Suppliers/Substitute recommended by us; loss of enjoyment, stress or inconvenience resulting from Clients’                                    decision to  make changes to this contract and/or booking including changes to venue and date of Event/s, providing incorrect details,                                                          products/items/equipment owned or hired by the Clients which are provided to us for use as part of the decor, incorrect services booked by the                                      Clients, Clients’ breach of this contract or things within reasonable control of the Clients.

6.3              The above applies even if such loss was reasonably foreseeable or we had been advised of the possibility of the Clients incurring it

6.4              Except in the case of death or personal injury and fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation, our total liability under this agreement, shall not exceed                                    the value of the services provided by us to the Clients under this agreement. This applies whether an action is based on contract, tort or any other                                  basis in law.

6.5              We will not be held liable for any missing gifts/monies from our post-box (only applicable if the Clients hire our post box.

6.6              We will not accept liability for damage caused to any third-party items/venue building, its contents or fittings and fixtures, by real candles or tea-lights                            when in the possession of the Clients. The use of candles is at the Clients’ risk and the Clients will be responsible to obtain permission from the                                        venue for the use of real candles and tea-lights. All candles and tea-lights should remain in their holders whilst lit. We advise our Clients to not use                                 candles or tea-lights on non-fire-resistant surfaces. Candles and tea-lights should not be left unattended.

6.7             This clause (and any other clause which excludes or restricts our liability, applies to our team, employees, officers, subcontractors, representatives                                   and agents (who may enforce this clause under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 / Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) (Scotland) Act                                     2017.

7. Change of Event/s date

7.1              The Clients can request to change the Event/s date by giving written notice to us.

7.2               If the Clients changes the Event/s date,  we will do our utmost best to move the Event/s within twelve months of the original Event/s date, subject to                               availability. The deposit and initial fee of 40% of the net fee will be carried over to the new Event/s date. To guarantee the prices quoted for hire of                                   items, services and flowers, a 100% payment of the net fee will be payable within 6 weeks of the original Event/s day as this will enable us to settle                                   the supplier invoices.

7.3               The parties can vary terms of this contract if changes are made to the Event/s date. Any variation to this contract must be in writing and with consent                             of both parties. The terms which are not amended by the parties will continue to remain in force.

7.4               The Clients agree that in the event of a date change, any expenses including but not limited to fees payable to us that are non-refundable and non-                               transferable are the sole responsibility of the Clients. If we are not available for the new Event/s day, clause 8.3 applies.

7.5               We will not charge the Clients an administration charge for the change of Event/s date if the new Event/s within 12 months of the original Event/s                                   day.

                     We reserve the right to change the cost of our services and goods available for hire to reflect our new fee structure and hire prices applicable to the                                year of the new Event/s day. Any difference in package prices shall be borne by the Clients. We will notify the Clients of such charges by email. The                                 Clients will be liable to pay the additional charges within 7 days of being notified of the same.

8. Cancellation Policy

8.1               The contract can be cancelled by either party by email subject to the matters set out within this section.

8.2               We may terminate this agreement if the Clients fail to make payments in accordance with clauses 3.5, 3.6 above, and/or if the Clients commits a                                       material breach of any of the terms of this contract and fail to remedy the breach within 14 days of being notified in writing, and/or if the Clients                                       enters into any form of insolvency arrangement. Upon termination of this agreement, the Clients will be liable to pay our Fees and any outstanding                               sums immediately. 

8.3               The contract can be cancelled by either party by serving a written cancellation notice via email:

8.3.1            If the Clients cancel the contract within 14 days of entering into this agreement, then the Deposit and the Initial Fee shall be repaid to the Clients in                                  full  within 14 days from the date we are advised about the Clients’ decision to cancel the contract. Unless expressly agreed otherwise, we will issue                                the refund using the same means of payment used by the Clients to deposit and initial fee.

8.3.2            If the Clients cancel this agreement more than 14 days after entering into this agreement and at any time more than 6weeks prior to the Event/s                                     date, then the Deposit and Initial fee shall be forfeited and/or we reserve the right to charge for any additional work carried out by us to the nearest                               hour, calculated at £50 per hour. The Clients will be responsible for any expenses incurred as at the date of cancellation. Any expenses already paid                               will be non-refundable. An invoice for any additional fee/expenses payable upon termination will be sent via email to the Clients. The Clients must                                 pay the sums within 7 days (via bank  transfer) from the date of the invoice/when the invoice is served.

8.3.3            If the Clients cancel this agreement within 6 weeks or less of the Event/s day, then the total Fees including any expenses incurred as at the date of                                   cancellation, less Deposit and Initial fee and other costs already paid, shall be paid to us by the Clients. If any sums are outstanding, the Clients                                         must pay the sums within 7 days from the date of the invoice/when the invoice is served via bank transfer.            

                     The agreement will be automatically terminated by way of completion of our obligations and payment by the Clients to us of the sums outlined in,                                 clauses 3.5 to 3.6 and any additional sums as per clauses 4.8, 4.10, 4.11, 4.13, 4.15, 4.16 and 8.3 inclusive.

9. Force Majeure

9.1              Force Majeure Event means circumstances not within a party’s reasonable control, including and without limitation acts of God, flood, drought,                                        earthquake, or other natural disaster; Epidemic or pandemic; Terrorist attack, civil war, civil commotion or riots, war, threat of or preparation for                                      war, armed conflict, imposition of sanctions, embargo, or breaking off of diplomatic relations; nuclear, chemical or biological contamination or sonic                              boom; any law or any action taken by a government or public authority, including bans/guidelines that affect performance of this agreement,                                          imposing an  export or import restriction, quota or prohibition[, or failing to grant a necessary licence or consent]; adverse weather conditions which                            make travel unsafe or where severe weather warnings and advice against travelling has been issued by the Met office or relevant authorities;                                            collapse of buildings, fire, explosion or accident; [and] [any labour or trade dispute, strikes, industrial action or lockouts [(other than in each case by                                the party seeking to rely on this clause, or companies in the same group as that party)];] [non-performance by suppliers or subcontractors [(other                                  than by companies in the same group as the party seeking to rely on this clause)]; and] interruption or failure of utility service, severe illness, change                              of law.

9.2              Provided it has complied with Clause 9.4, if a party is prevented, hindered or delayed in or from performing any of its obligations under this                                                agreement  by a Force Majeure Event (Affected Party), the Affected Party shall not be in breach of this agreement or otherwise liable for any such                                    failure or delay in  the performance of such obligations. The time for performance of such obligations shall be extended accordingly, in writing and                                with consent of both parties, subject to availability.

9.3              The corresponding obligations of the other party will be suspended, and its time for performance of such obligations extended, to the same extent                a              as those of the Affected Party.

                     The Affected Party shall:

  1.             as soon as reasonably practicable after the start of the Force Majeure Event [but no later than 7 days from its start], notify the other party [in writing]                    of the Force Majeure Event, the date on which it started, its likely or potential duration, and the effect of the Force Majeure Event on its ability to                                perform any of its obligations under the agreement; and

  2.             use all reasonable endeavours to mitigate the effect of the Force Majeure Event on the performance of its obligations by postponing the event or                          finding a suitable substitute supplier with similar experience in the Events industry.

  3.           If the Force Majeure Event prevents or hinders performance of this contract by either party and if the parties cannot reach an amicable resolution,                        either party may terminate this agreement by giving 7 days written notice to the other Party. In this scenario, all the monies paid by the Clients for                          services which have not yet been provided will be refunded.


10.  Miscellaneous


10.1             A waiver of any right or remedy under this agreement or by law is only effective if given in writing and shall not be deemed a waiver of any                                                 subsequent right or remedy.

10.2            The rights and remedies provided under this agreement are in addition to, and not exclusive of, any rights or remedies provided by law.


10.3             If any provision or part-provision of this agreement is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed deleted, but that shall not                                       affect  the validity and enforceability of the rest of this agreement.

10.4             If any provision or part-provision of this agreement is deemed deleted under Clause 10.3 the parties shall negotiate in good faith to agree a                                               replacement provision that, to the greatest extent possible, achieves the intended commercial result of the original provision.


10.5             Any notice [or other communication] given to a party under or in connection with this agreement shall be in writing and shall be sent by email to                                     the address specified below

10.5.1         Written correspondence/notices issued by the Clients to us should be sent to the email provided on the invoice/booking form.

10.5.2         Written correspondence/notices issued by us to the Clients to be sent by email to the email address provided by the Clients at the outset and used                                 to Liaise with our team.


10.6             Any notice [or communication] shall be deemed to have been received, at the time of transmission, or, if this time falls outside business hours in                                     the place of receipt, when business hours resume. In this clause, business hours mean 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday on a day that is not a                                   public holiday in the place of receipt.

1.                 This clause does not apply to the service of any proceedings or any documents in any legal action or, where applicable, any arbitration or other                                        method of dispute resolution .

2.                 If the Clients wish to speak to us about any aspect of this contract, please contact us by e-mail at or by telephone on                                  07561 175705.

3.                 Our registered office at;19 Main Street, Newtown Linford, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE6 0AE


11.  Governing Law and Jurisdiction


      This agreement and any dispute or claim (including non-contractual disputes or claims) arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter or          formation shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales and that that the Courts of England and Wales shall        have jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising in connection with this agreement.

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