Great Somerset Walk Terms & Conditions All participants must complete and return a registration form either online or via our Great Somerset Walk leaflet. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult registered for the event. Unfortunately the course is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs, however there are alternate routes to the Dam only for wheelchair or pushchair users. Parents and guardians are advised to consider their child before booking. Parents are responsible for their child/children's safety. The booking fee is non-refundable. The entry fee payable covers the cost of this event, with this in mind we ask our wonderful supporters taking part to raise sponsorship in aid of St. Margaret's Hospice, although we do not ask for a minimum sponsorship. The event has been organised with safety being paramount but, by entering the Great Somerset Walk, you do so entirely at your own risk. This event is not a timed event. Please ensure that you wear appropriate clothing and appropriate footwear as the walk is a mix of terrains. While there are no major climbs, there are both acsents and descents on the course. Please ensure you have the required refreshments to support you on the walk. Four-legged friends are welcome but please keep them on a lead and clean up after them. By registering for this event you are agreeing that any official photographs taken can be used by St. Margaret's Hospice for any promotional purposes. St. Margaret's Hospice have taken all reasonable steps to eliminate the chance of injury but there is a certain minimal risk in every activity and you should withdraw from the event if you have any doubts. St. Margaret's Hospice, its employees, agents and volunteers accept no liability whatsoever to participants or spectators in respect of any loss, damage or personal injury which may be sustained in the course of this event other than personal injury (including death) caused by our negligence. Liability cannot be accepted for any damage, injury or loss arising from the negligence of participants (whether through failure to observe the rules of the event or otherwise).