“You agree that you participate in the event at your own risk. You understand that you are responsible for ensuring that you have undertaken the necessary preparation and training to participate in the event, that you are sufficiently fit and healthy to participate and that you will comply with all relevant UK Government and local (English Tiers, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland) COVID laws and guidelines. You understand that if you have a medical condition that would cause you to doubt whether you can participate in the event, then you will not do so unless you have sought reassurance from the medical profession. You will abide by the Countryside Code and understand that the Long Distance Walkers Association will not be held responsible or liable for any loss, damage, action, cost, expense, claim, injury, illness and in worst case scenario, death suffered as a result of your participation. On entering the event, you assume full and complete responsibility for any injury, accident, costs, expenses, damages, losses and any other liabilities which may occur while you are travelling to and from the event and during the event."


Data Protection - This privacy notice must be used for all challenge events including anytime or the annual 100 mile events where personal data is processed. 

“I understand that the personal information submitted on this entry form will be held by the event organisers and retained securely for up to seven years after the event is held for the purposes of managing this event only.   


I accept that photographs are likely to be taken at the event, which may be featured in Strider magazine, group newsletters, on LDWA websites and on LDWA social media.  I understand this will be held in perpetuity and I have the right to request deletion where it is physically possible for the LDWA to do so.   


I understand that my personal data may be published immediately and may be held in perpetuity for the purposes of providing a record of the event. I have the right to request that all my personal data be anonymised or removed where it is possible for the LDWA to do so. 


Please see the Data Protection and Privacy User Guide on www.ldwa.org.uk for more information.”