TERMS AND CONDITIONS

These terms and conditions can be changed by Visit Kent & England's Creative Coast at any point without prior notice. If you do not agree to any of the terms laid out on this page, or on our privacy policy, you should not use this website. These terms and conditions are applicable under English law.

WHAT IS ENGLAND'S CREATIVE COAST

In 2020, an innovative cultural adventure will be launched by England’s Creative Coast: seven new outdoor artworks by leading contemporary artists and the world’s first ever art digital geocaching tour will connect outstanding galleries and arts organisations across the Kent, Essex and Sussex coastlines. Building on the success of the South East coast’s significant renaissance over the past 20 years and driven by the region’s world-class culture, the arts organisations that have led the cultural regeneration — Turner Contemporary in Margate, Cement Fields in North Kent, Creative Folkestone, Bexhill-on-Sea’s De La Warr Pavilion, Hastings Contemporary, Metal in Southend-on-Sea and Towner Eastbourne — are joining forces for the first time to create a ground-breaking cultural tourism experience. England’s Creative Coast is led by Turner Contemporary and Visit Kent and is principally funded by Arts Council England and Visit England / Visit Britain through the Discover England Fund with support from a number of key investors, including; South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP), East Sussex County Council, Kent County Council, Essex County Council, Visit Essex, Southend Borough Council, Experience West Sussex, Historic Dockyard Chatham and Southeastern. The investment follows the successful Cultural Destinations programme 1 project Culture Kent. This three-year project brought cultural and tourism organisations together to reposition Kent as the UK’s creative county, through a series of pilot events and artworks. In-depth research undertaken as part of the project revealed that cultural tourists to Kent have a higher propensity to visit for longer than ‘regular’ tourists, generating more spend for the local economy, informed the planning for England’s Creative Coast.

WHO WE ARE – VISIT KENT

Visit Kent is the Destination Management Organisation for Kent (the Garden of England), welcoming 60million visitors a year, championing the county’s £3.6 billion tourism industry and supporting more than 72,000 jobs. It is a public/private sector partnership supported by Kent County Council, Medway Council, district and borough councils, and the leading sector tourism businesses in Kent. Visit Kent is delivered by the destination management specialists Go To Places.

TERMS

By accessing www.englandscreativecoast.com (England's Creative Coast, referred to as "the Website") you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set out on this page. You also accept out privacy policy which is available to view here.

While using this website you should not use it for illegal purposes. Your use should be under our and your local laws. You will not modify the website, creating issues for the functionality of the website and you will not compromise the security of the website. If this is not adhered to, you will be liable to pay any costs that are incurred by misuse

LIABILITY

Visit Kent will not accept liability for any losses occurred by either profits or revenue, data or business, which might arise from your use of the website. Visit Kent will not accept liability for any losses or changes or cancellations in your holiday or trip.

Visit Kent will not accept liability for personal injury while using site or while on an itinerary trip.

LINKS

As part of this site, we have links to our partners’ websites for England's Creative Coast. As they are not in our control, once you leave www.englandscreativecoast.com, you are then under that websites’ terms and conditions, and we do not accept any liability for the content published or any losses or damage you may occur due to using their website.

COPYRIGHT

Visit Kent & England's Creative Coast are protected under trademark and the names, logos, patents, IP rights from our site and content are the property of Visit Kent & England's Creative Coast.

In turn, your usage of our website accepts that you will not copy, download, exploit, print, reproduce or transmit any of the ECC content or material from our website or any other collateral produced by us.

COMPLAINTS

Visit Kent & England's Creative Coast will not be held responsible nor accept any liability for complaints or claims arising from any booking, nor for any loss or damage to you or anyone in your party, during or as a result of your stay on an ECC trip. Any complaint(s) you may have will need to be taken up with the provider (accommodation, experience, garden and so forth). Any such complaints will be subject to the provider's terms and conditions. Your statutory rights as a consumer will not be affected.

CONTACT US

If you wish to speak to us about these terms and conditions, please direct enquires to our email address: enquiries@gotoplaces.co.uk.