🌿 June 2021 update: scheduled courses are running as advertised, with safety measures in place, subject to government guidelines (read more in FAQs). I’ll be keeping a close eye on government regulations over the coming weeks and months and will respond accordingly. Being outside is the safest way to gather together and is good medicine for us. Courses are running well under the current restrictions, I’m receiving lots of positive feedback that people are having a rich and nourishing time. I’ll continue to provide a safe space for gathering, learning and being together in the woods. 🌿
Terms & Conditions/Cancellation Policy
Your place on a Native Hands event is secured by booking and paying in advance, in full.
If you cancel your booking, for any reason, the following conditions apply:
More than 28 days before the event an 85% refund.
Less than 28 days before the event no refund.
However, if you want to give your place to a friend, that is possible if you supply their name and contact details no less than 3 days before the event.
Bookings are not transferable from one event to another.
In the unlikely event of Native Hands cancelling the event, you’ll be offered a credit for a future course or a refund.
Gift vouchers: once you’ve received booking confirmation for your chosen event, you’re considered fully booked onto that event. If you cancel or fail to attend when using a gift voucher, no refunds/credit/transfers can be given. If the cost of the event you wish to attend is less than the value of your voucher, no refund or credit will be possible. Gift vouchers are valid for one calendar year from purchase date.
Age suitability: Native Hands events are designed for adults, unless otherwise stated (as in the case of Family Wild Pottery, which is for age 7 and up). However, 16-18 year olds are welcome on all events if accompanied by a responsible, participating adult. Please get in touch before booking if you have any queries regarding age suitability.
Accessibility: most Native Hands events take place in the woods and involve foraging and physical activity. Therefore a certain level of physical ability is required. I aim to make events accessible whenever possible, within the context and limitations of a woodland setting. If you have mobility issues or other physical needs please get in touch prior to booking, so we can see how your needs can be accommodated.
Dogs are not permitted at any Native Hands event.
Alcohol: please do not bring alcohol (or any other intoxicant) with you to any Native Hands event.
Native Hands reserves the right to decline any booking.
Other questions? please see the FAQ page