Terms & Conditions
- The person using this website to order tickets (and thereby nominated as leader of any group) ("the Purchaser").
- Any person attending the Ball that appears on the Committee's Guestlist ("the Guest").
- Any representation, physical or electronic, of a Guest's invitation to attend the Ball ("the Ticket").
- The event taking place at Peterhouse on 21st June 2019, otherwise known as the Peterhouse May Ball 2019 ("the Ball").
- Those individuals appointed to run and administer the Ball ("the Committee").
- The schedule of events and activities planned for the Ball ("the Programme").
- The reservation and purchase of a ticket to the Ball from this website in conjunction with the Fixr Platform (“the Online Booking Transaction”).
- The electronic mail sent to the Purchaser on completion of the Online Booking Transaction ("the Email").
- The details of any specific Online Booking Transaction (“the Order”).
- Various terms used in this Agreement are defined in bracketed quotes; each of the defined terms used in this Agreement begins with a capital letter
- By continuing with an Online Booking Transaction, the Purchaser agrees to be bound by all terms and conditions laid out below.
- The completion of the Online Booking Transaction represents final offer and acceptance thus an entire agreement (notified by the Email).
- The contract of sale is governed by these terms:
- On the completion of sale, provided full consideration is received, (as embodied in a successful Online Booking Transaction and receipt of the Email), the Committee agrees to supply the Ticket(s) specified in the Order, and notified by the Email to the Purchaser a reasonable time before the date of the Ball.
- All Guests must be over the age of 18. Proof of age will be required. The Tickets are only representative of each Guest's eligibility to attend the Ball and remain the property of the Committee.
- The Committee reserves the right to refuse to complete any Online Booking Transaction for Tickets.
- The Online Booking Transaction is completed on the basis that the Purchaser or any Guests named in the Order at the time of sale, or on the Ticket(s) later, are welcome to attend the Ball at the Committee’s discretion.
- Tickets are non-refundable and may be transferred up to 3 times. The first time a Ticket purchased during the Peterhouse members’ release period is transferred, the transferee must also be a matriculated member of Peterhouse. The transfer of Tickets must not be used in any attempt to bypass Ticket purchasing restrictions or any other terms or conditions. The Committee reserves the absolute right to cancel any Ticket without a refund if this is suspected.
- In the event of cancellation of the Ball, remuneration may not be available and the Purchaser assumes this risk absolutely. Refunds will be given only where the Committee believes them to be feasible.
- The Committee reserves the right to change any aspect of the Programme without prior notice.
- Tickets will only be issued to a Purchaser upon proof of identification.
- The Committee accepts no liability for loss, damage or injury sustained at the Ball.
- The Committee reserves the right to refuse any Guest admission to the Ball, and to arrange for the removal of any Guest at any time during the Ball according to its absolute discretion.
- The Committee will not tolerate drunken disorderliness or any other form of inappropriate behaviour.
- The Committee reserves the right to require the search of any person by a licensed security guard upon reasonable suspicion of possession of any weapon or illegal substance.
- The Committee will contact the police where it deems it necessary.
- Unauthorised access or use of this website is prohibited and constitutes an offence under the Computer Misuse Act 1990.
- Any attempt to obtain Tickets by deception or fraud will result in prosecution.
- All decisions of the Committee in all matters relating to the Ball are final.
- All terms, conditions, and contracts relating to Tickets are governed by the law of England & Wales.
- By attending the Ball, each Guest consents to the Committee (and future Committees) using photographs and/or video recordings from the Ball, including images of each Guest, both internally and externally. These images could be used in print and digital media formats including print publications, websites, e-marketing, posters, banners, advertising, film, social media, teaching and research purposes.
- Images taken by official photographers in attendance will be subject to their own terms, please contact the Committee for details.
- Images on websites can be viewed throughout the world and not just in the United Kingdom and some overseas countries may not provide the same level of protection to the rights of individuals as EU/UK legislation provides.
- Some images or recordings may be kept permanently once they are published and may be kept as an archive of past Balls.
- You have the right to request to see a copy of the information held about you by the Committee and to request corrections or deletions of the information that is no longer required.
- A complaint against the Ball regarding data protection issues may be lodged with the Information Commissioner’s Office.