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© Hotwells & District Allotments Ltd 2007-2021
Vehicles and personal belongings. Firstly, if you drive to the allotment, please note that vehicles brought onto our allotment sites remain the full responsibility of the owner and HwDAA cannot be held responsible for any damage to, or thefts from vehicles. Do not assume that once your car is parked on site that it is safe and to reduce risks, please ensure you close the windows and lock the doors. Likewise, all personal belongings, gardening equipment, bikes etc. are the responsibility of the owner and the allotment association is not liable for claims for theft or damage. Should you need to make a claim, this must be made on your own motor or household insurance policy. You are advised to inform the loss or damage to the Police and request a Crime Reference number which you may need for any claim you make. So that we are made aware of problems, please inform your Site Rep of any such incident.

Personal Injury.

If you suffer any personal injury, however minor, while on site, it is very important that you report it using the on- line form on our website (form is on the H&S page here..) or via your Site Rep. Please ensure you are conversant with the health and safety notices that are displayed on each site, giving details of the nearest post codes should an ambulance be required. This same information is also available on the Health and Safety page of the website. If you are unsure when you last had an anti-tetanus booster jab, we advise you to check next time you visit your GP.
National Allotment Society - tenants liability insurance This benefit has been created via an insurance policy purchased by the NAS to give liability cover to member plotholders and leisure gardeners. We are delighted to confirm that the National Allotment Society (NAS) has renewed the Insurance benefit for a further year and has increased the cover and benefits offered within the policy. The benefit is offered to Societies/Associations, Individual and Life member types. The benefit forms part of the subscription of the above and in order to be added to the policy the member must provide full member contact details and keep those details up to date. HwDAA will pass your details to the NAS when you join our Association The full summary document available to all members CLICK HERE
Insurance Page 1 Information about insurance and personal safety on our sites
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Vehicles and personal belongings. Firstly, if you drive to the allotment, please note that vehicles brought onto our allotment sites remain the full responsibility of the owner and HwDAA cannot be held responsible for any damage to, or thefts from vehicles. Do not assume that once your car is parked on site that it is safe and to reduce risks, please ensure you close the windows and lock the doors. Likewise, all personal belongings, gardening equipment, bikes etc. are the responsibility of the owner and the allotment association is not liable for claims for theft or damage. Should you need to make a claim, this must be made on your own motor or household insurance policy. You are advised to inform the loss or damage to the Police and request a Crime Reference number which you may need for any claim you make. So that we are made aware of problems, please inform your Site Rep of any such incident. Personal Injury. If you suffer any personal injury, however minor, while on site, it is very important that you report it using the on-line form on our website (form is on the H&S page here..) or via your Site Rep. Please ensure you are conversant with the health and safety notices that are displayed on each site, giving details of the nearest post codes should an ambulance be required. This same information is also available on the Health and Safety page of the website. If you are unsure when you last had an anti-tetanus booster jab, we advise you to check next time you visit your GP. National Allotment Society - tenants liability insurance This benefit has been created via an insurance policy purchased by the NAS to give liability cover to member plotholders and leisure gardeners. We are delighted to confirm that the National Allotment Society (NAS) has renewed the Insurance benefit for a further year and has increased the cover and benefits offered within the