EEA Terms and Conditions
The Equestrian Employers Association (EEA) operates this website to allow information relating to our work and initiatives to be freely available. EEA uses its best efforts to ensure the accuracy and reliability of information provided, however, no guarantees are given that the information contained within the website, associated with the website or linked to the website is accurate, complete or current.
We reserve the right to change website content at any time and without notice. Any information appearing on this website is issued as general information and is not warranted by EEA. No responsibility can be accepted by EEA for any act or omission resulting from the use of information or services contained within this website. The content of this website is for information only and is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice.
1. Privacy and security
The EEA is committed to protecting your privacy. Your trust is important to us.
We will only use the information collected from you in accordance with the UK’s Data Protection Act or as legally obliged by UK Government authorities.
We will not divulge your information to any third party now or at any time in future without first asking for your permission. You can check and change any information that we hold in your account page.
We do not store your credit card details.
We are GDPR complaint. Read the Members Privacy Notice
2. EEA Membership
Membership to the Equestrian Employers Association is for 12 months and is non refundable or transferable.
Payment is by annual Direct Debit. The initial payment must be collected by the EEA prior the member cancelling the Direct Debit. The member is liable to pay the full cost of membership if the initial Direct Debit is not collected. The EEA will contact the member if a cancellation occurs prior this first settlement of fees.
All membership cancellations must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the EEA do not have a voting right within the organisation.
3. Website information
The information on this website is for information purposes only and the EEA takes no responsibility for the actions taken as a result of the advice given. It is recommended that you obtain independent legal advice if required.
Your payment will be taken from your bank account on an annual basis at the end of the month. If you wish to cancel your Direct Debit, please inform your bank and the EEA in plenty of time before your membership is due for renewal.
If you do not want to renew your membership you should contact us by email at any point within your 12 month period and no later than 5pm on the working day preceding your renewal date. You are required to inform us if you change your correspondence address (both email and postal). We will not be liable for any non-receipt of communication from us, including non-receipt of the renewal reminder.
There is a 14-day ‘cooling off’ period following the start of a new or renewed EEA membership during which time you are legally entitled to cancel it. However, if the member has logged in to visit the site, use the services/tools, it is presumed that the membership services have been utilised and thus the cooling off period is therefore exempted.
If you realise the error within this period, then you must contact us immediately to cancel, although you may incur some pro-rata costs for the time lapsed and £5.00 administration charge.
Subject to any other statutory rights you may have, we do not provide refunds for any cancellations after the expiry of the cooling off period.
Duplicate memberships will be treated as individual memberships. The EEA holds no responsibility for duplication, it is for the individual to cancel their second membership. No refunds will be issued in the case of duplicate memberships.
5. EEA Confidentiality Code
What it means for YOU - Everything you tell us will be in absolute confidence. No-one outside of EEA will be informed without your consent, except in the very exceptional circumstances detailed below, when we would have a duty to disclose. Even in these circumstances, wherever possible, your consent would be sought.
What it means for US
Everyone who works within EEA is required to follow this confidentiality code no matter who they are. Exceptional circumstances:
- If there is a risk of harm to you or to others
- If there is, or is likely to be, a serious breach of national security
All personal information is treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998) which gives you the right to see and have a copy of the personal information held on you (with a few exceptions). You also have the right to challenge the accuracy of this information.
6. Code of Good Employment
The EEA does not take any responsibility for signatories to the Code of Good Employment. The Code is a voluntary one, and thus the EEA has no jurisdiction over a signatory.
In the case of repeated (2+) complaints to the EEA about a signatory and poor practice, the EEA will communicate in confidence with the signatory to alert them to the complaints (without sharing names) and investigate whether practical amends might be required in order to maintain the pledge to the Code.
7. Links to other websites
The provision on this website of a link to another website does not constitute any authorisation to access material held at that location. Links to sites are provided for information purposes only and no responsibility is accepted for the quality of resources to be found.
The contents and material made available on linked sites are completely out with the control of EEA and as such no liability is accepted by EEA for any damages resulting from accessing or failing to access these sites. No endorsement is expressed or implied by the presence of a link on this website. No responsibility or liability for the privacy of personal information is accepted for linked websites, as these are beyond the control of EEA.
No warranty is given that files downloaded or accessed from this website are free from computer viruses. No warranties are made as to fitness for purpose, quality or completeness of information. EEA excludes any liability for errors in or omissions in information provided on or linked to from this website.
9. Governing Law
The terms and conditions of use of this website shall be governed by the laws of England.
10. Intellectual Property Rights
All content and materials on this site are protected by copyright and are owned or controlled by the EEA. You may download material for the nature it is intended only. You must not copy, distribute or publish any material from this website. Any other use of copyright material belonging to EEA requires the formal permission of EEA.
11. This website is operated by
The British Grooms and Equestrian Employers Group
Registered Company Number 6146625 (Incorporated in England)