Policies and Terms & Conditions

Protection of Vulnerable Adults Policy

Introduction 1st Sensory Legion is committed to ensuring that vulnerable people who use our services are not exploited or abused and that working practices minimise the risk of abuse. If abuse is reported to us, or if staff recognise abuse, this policy recognises what...

Child Protection Policy

1st Sensory Legion recognises that the safety of all children is paramount, regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality or beliefs. Purpose This policy is designed to ensure a committed, strategic and professional approach to child protection and reflects...

Costume Weapons

Following a spate of terrorist attacks in the UK using knives, the 1st Sensory Legion have reluctantly decided to introduce the following policy in relation to the use of costume weapons at Feel the Force Day events. The intention of this policy is to reduce the risk...

Privacy Policy

Why do we have a privacy policy? 1st Sensory Legion is committed to privacy for everyone who accesses the site. Under the Data Protection Acts of 1984 and 1998, we must comply with certain regulations which are designed to ensure that any data you provide to us is...

Visiting Guests, Characters and Displays Terms and Conditions

While Feel the Force Day and the 1st Sensory Legion endeavour to bring a diverse and interesting line up to our events, all guests, characters and stands display at the event with no cost to us. This allows us to keep the cost of the event to the very minimum in an...

Carer and Supporter Tickets

The intention of this policy is to enable our disabled guests to come to our events with minimal limitations due to their requirement of care staff and to prevent the usual, additional cost of bringing supporters' being a limitation. This policy may be subject to...

Child Appropriate Characters Policy

This policy is intended to offer guidance only to costumer characters and visitors attending Feel the Force Day events. It should be noted that we are not able to enforce this policy and visitors should bare that in mind when attending the events. No liability can be...

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