Terms and Conditions
Accurate information:We will aim to ensure that all the information provided on our websites is accurate and up to date.
Availability: We will aim to ensure our websites are always available, but there may be times when, unfortunately, they will not be. We will try and keep any periods when our websites are unavailable to a minimum.
Accessibility: We will try to ensure our websites are accessible to everyone visiting our website. If you are having problems accessing the website, then please contact us to see what we can do to help.
Please take the time to check the advice on our websites is right for your individual circumstances and if you are making any important decisions, such as on financial, legal or medical matters, you should consult a qualified professional adviser who can provide specific advice based on your individual position.
Please make sure you're happy that any sites you link to from our websites are appropriate for you as we do not endorse that organisation and we have no control over the content of that website or how that site or organisation operates.
Please ensure any content you print, copy or download from our websites is for your personal use only. You must not use or encourage others to use our websites (or their contents) for their or your commercial gain or in a way that could damage the reputation of AGuideTo.
Please download content carefully because you will be responsible for any damage to your computer system that may result.
You must not do anything to damage or disrupt our websites and you must not use our websites in a way that may cause a nuisance to others.
If you link to our websites, please do so responsibly: Please make sure that:
- You own the web page you are linking from, or have the express permission of the owner to create the link.
- Any links are used in a fair and reasonable manner and their use will not damage our reputation or take advantage of it.
- You do not create the impression that there is any association, approval or endorsement on our part if none exists.
- If anyone clicks on the link you provide to our websites, it opens our website in a new page and not within a frame on your website.
- If we ask you to remove or change a link to our websites, you do so as soon as possible.
What happens if things go wrong? Given the nature of our websites and the wide range of information and services we provide, it's possible that every now and again things may not go as planned. If we make a mistake, rest assured we will do our best to put things right as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to compensate you for any loss you may suffer as a result of:
- Any mistake we make with the content on our websites.
- Any parts of our websites being unavailable or inaccessible.
- Your use of any organisation's website that you can access from our websites (including any purchase from that organisation and any use they make of the personal data you provide to them).
- The downloading of any material from any of our websites and
- The content added to our websites by people using our interactive services.
What happens if you don't comply with our website terms? You agree to compensate us for any loss that we suffer as a result of your failure to comply with either our general terms or any of our other website terms and conditions.
If anyone complains about your use of our websites or the content you add to our websites, you agree that we can control the handling of any such dispute and that you will fully support and co-operate with this.
AGuideTo may vary any of its terms at any time, although we will only make changes if we think these are either necessary or reasonable. Please make sure you check our website terms and conditions homepage regularly for any announcements. The changed terms will normally take effect immediately upon publication, although where we think the changes are likely to be important to you, we shall always tell you in advance so you can decide whether to continue using our websites.
English law shall apply to all our terms and conditions and any disputes must be heard in an English Court. Nothing in any of the terms and conditions affect your legal rights.