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Consumer ProtectionAs a member of the Association of Bonded TravelOrganisers Trust Limited (ABTOT), an Associationapproved by BIS, the FSC has provided a Bond to meet therequirements of the Package Travel, Package Holidays andPackage Tours Regulations 1992 (member number 5049).In the event of the FSC's insolvency, this Bond provides security for:. non-flight inclusive packages commencing in and returning to the UK; and . packages excluding flights to and from your destinationwhich are offered by the FSC. Please note that bookings made fromoverseas must be made directly with the FSC and not via an agent.In the above circumstances the following will apply:. a refund of your prepayments if you have not yet travelled; or. repatriation where your non-flight inclusive package commences in and returns to the UK if you have already travelled. Amendments The course programme is subject to amendment. FSC reserves theright to alter course programmes or engage alternative tutors if andas circumstances dictate. FSC cancels a course only after carefulconsideration, but reserves the right to do so if numbers booked havefailed to meet a minimum requirement or for other exceptionalreasons. In this event, applicants will be informed as soon as possible.They will be refunded any monies paid in respect of that course. FSCwill not be liable for any additional cost or expense. All fees were correct at the time of printing. They may be variedshould circumstances outside the control of FSC make this necessary.Any increase in charges will not take place within the 28 days prior tothe start of the course. Late Availability Call any FSC Centre direct for information on late availability. We willbe happy to check what vacancies are available and process yourbooking as quickly as possible. Travel Centres will normally make arrangements for a Centre minibus or ataxi service to meet particular trains at the beginning of courses ifrequested. Times and charge (if any) will be specified in the joininginstructions. For those travelling by car, full locational details will beforwarded well in advance. We encourage car sharing and will putyou in touch with like-minded people wherever possible. Departure Rooms must be vacated by 09.30 on the day of departure, unlessspecial arrangements are made with the Centre. Special Diets All FSC Centres provide vegetarian options, and special dietaryrequirements on request. Please indicate on your booking form if youhave vegetarian or special dietary requirements. Centres, wherepossible, will make all the necessary arrangements. Guests with Disabilities FSC welcomes disabled guests provided they can manageindependently or are accompanied by a friend or relative on the samecourse, able to assist them. Please check with each Centre on thesuitability of a course before booking and indicate your disability onthe booking form. FSC Centres at Blencathra, Derrygonnelly, JuniperHall, Malham Tarn, Margam and Preston Montford have purpose-built accommodation and facilities suitable for people withwheelchairs. Physical Fitness Some courses are strenuous and a satisfactory state of health isessential. Please note anyone who has not disclosed a health problemwhich makes it impossible or inadvisable for them to take a full partin the programme, may be asked by the Head of Centre to leave. AnyComplaints In the unlikely event of cause for complaint you must notify the Headof Centre during the course so that he or she may investigate and/orremedy the matter without delay. If the problem remains unresolvedand you wish to write to us at Head Office after the course then thismust be done within 14 days of completion of the course. We willinvestigate the grievance and reply at the earliest opportunity. Liability No responsibility can be accepted for any loss of or damage to guests'property or motor vehicles, or for injury or loss sustained whilsttravelling in such motor vehicles except where caused through theproven neglect of FSC. The safekeeping of guests' property, includingmoney and valuables, must remain the responsibility of guests unlessitems are specifically handed to FSC Centre management for safecustody and a receipt obtained. Parents or Guardians undertake toaccept full responsibility for and supervision of their children at alltimes. FSC will not accept responsibility for any aspect of a course,including services and facilties offered by an external supplier, or forany loss, damage or expense of the guest which is due to adverseweather conditions, industrial dispute or any other cause beyond thecontrol of FSC. Code of Conduct Guests booking with FSC should be prepared to abide by our code ofconduct with regard to safeguarding the natural environment andmust also agree to follow the safety instructions of our tutors at alltimes. It is important to recognise that, although tutors are chosen fortheir experience in leading field study courses and are able to offeradvice on safety procedures and conduct in the field, participantseach have a legal responsibility to take all reasonable precautions tomaintain their own safety and not to endanger other members of thegroup. Our Service to You FSC endeavours at all times to offer and provide a quality service andwe will accept responsibility should our services prove deficient ornot of a reasonable standard. We have tried to ensure that thisbrochure has all the information you need to book the right course.Should you have any queries, or special requirements not coveredhere, please contact the Centres directly, where our staff will behappy to help. Any comments on this brochure will be mostwelcome, as will any suggestions for improvement. Please addressyour comments to R Lucas, Chief Executive, Field Studies Council, Head Office, Preston Montford, Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury SY4 1HW.Other InformationCustomer Satisfactionfee refund in such a case will be at the sole discretion of the Head ofthe Centre concerned.Group Size Participant numbers will be suited to the particular course, but tomaximise your enjoyment we would normally expect to run a coursewith between 5 and 17 participants. Clothing Most FSC courses spend time outdoors and involve some walking.For your own enjoyment, it is essential that your footwear andclothing are suitable. You will be advised on what to wear and bring. Smoking FSC Centres are all non-smoking. Smoking is not permitted insideany of our buildings or in our minibuses. Pets We regret we do not have facilities for pets and therefore cannotnormally accept them at our Centres or on courses. However, we areable to make special arrangements to accommodate guide dogs.32

33www.field-studies-council.orgDateCourse Centre Course ListsTitleTutorPageDateCourse TitleTutorPageBLENCATHRA17 Feb-19 FebImproving Your WatercoloursAlan Goodall924 Feb-26 FebPhotography in WinterRob Ward2624 Feb-26 FebThe Megalithic Secrets of CumbriaPaul Daw2101 Jun-05 JunThe Megalithic Secrets of EnglandPaul Daw2101 Jun-05 JunExploring PortraitureRosie Alcock1501 Jun-08 JunSilver Light and Reflection: Drawing Hilary Jean 13and Painting a Summer LandscapeGibson13 Aug-17 AugDevelop Your Watercolours from Alan Goodall11Sketches and Photographs17 Aug-21 AugLate Summer Photography in the Rob Ward27Lake District20 Aug-24 AugSteaming Round the LakesDavid Alison2231 Aug-04 SepHighlights of the Lake DistrictTim Foster22DALE FORT02 May-06 MaySpring Digital Photography Julian 24in PembrokeshireCremona28 Jul-31 JulMacro and Micro Digital Julian 24Photography WorkshopCremona04 Aug-10 AugThe Complete Digital Julian 24Photography CourseCremona26 Oct-30 OctAutumn Digital Photography in Julian 25PembrokeshireCremonaEPPING FOREST28 JanPhotography in Epping Forest John Price25in Winter26 FebIf Trees Could Talk: A History Tricia Moxey21of Epping Forest13 MayPhotography in Epping Forest John Price26in Spring07 OctPhotography in Epping Forest John Price27in AutumnFLATFORD MILL12 Feb-17 FebBookbinding and Book Repairs for George 17Beginners and ImproversDavidson17 Feb-19 FebDrawing for Beginners and ImproversColin Steed1224 Feb-26 FebStained Glass for Beginners and Rosella 17Near BeginnersChester02 Mar-04 MarCalligraphy for Beginners Gaynor Goffe17and Improvers02 Mar-04 MarPainting Spring Flowers Using LineJennifer 15and Watercolour Andrews02 Mar-04 MarIntroducing Digital PhotographyGeoffrey 24Kibby03 Apr-05 AprWatermills and Windmills in Essex Graham 21and Suffolk Robinson and David Morgans03 Apr-05 AprWatercolour for Absolute BeginnersAndrew Pitt903 Apr-05 AprIntroducing Digital PhotographyGeoffrey 24Kibby10 Apr-13 AprPainting in Oils: Jacqui Petrie12Introducing the Basics13 Apr-15 AprDigital Imaging: Geoffrey 24Using Photoshop Elements Kibby17 AprWillow Work for Your Garden: Jo Hammond17Small Willow Sculptures20 Apr-22 AprImprove Your WatercoloursJohn Tookey920 Apr-22 AprBotanical Illustration usingJanie Pirie 14Coloured Pencils 27 Apr-29 AprGreen Wood Working for BeginnersRichard King1727 Apr-29 AprStained Glass Panels for Beginners Carole Gray1727 Apr-29 AprDigital Photography: Flowers and Jacqui Hurst 24Other Plants in Spring01 MayWillow Work for Your Garden: Jo Hammond17Small Willow Sculptures04 May-06 MayWatercolour for Near BeginnersLinda 9Matthews11 May-13 MayWatercolour for Absolute BeginnersColin Steed911 May-13 MayPainting with Acrylics: Carole 12Introducing Essential TechniquesMassey18 May-20 MayDrawing and Painting with Carole 15Pastel Pencils Massey 25 May-27 MayImprove Your Watercolours: Andrew Pitt9Introducing Pen and Wash 25 May-27 MaySketching and Painting Flowers Jennifer 15in a Suffolk GardenAndrews01 Jun-03 JunWatercolour for Near BeginnersLinda Series 9and Caroline Furlong03 Jun-08 JunBookbinding and Book Repairs George 18for Beginners and ImproversDavidson08 Jun-10 JunCalligraphy for Beginners Gaynor Goffe 18and Improvers 08 Jun-10 JunImprove Your Drawing SkillsStephanie 13Bonner15 Jun-17 JunImprove Your WatercoloursJohn Tookey922 Jun-24 JunWatercolour for Absolute BeginnersBill Diggins906 Jul-08 JulImprove Your WatercoloursStephanie 9Bonner06 Jul-08 JulIntroducing Botanical IllustrationLesley Smith1420 Jul-23 JulImprove Your Watercolours:Andrew Pitt 10Introducing Pen and Wash 20 Jul-23 JulWatercolour for Near BeginnersLinda Series 10and Caroline Furlong27 Jul-30 JulCapturing Light in WatercolourGerald Green1030 Jul-03 AugStained Glass for Beginners Carole Gray18and Improvers 30 Jul-03 AugAn Impressionistic Approach to Gerald Green10Watercolour Painting03 Aug-06 AugStained Glass for Beginners Carole Gray18and Improvers03 Aug-06 AugAcrylic Inks and Watercolour:Sue Williams10A Splash of Colour03 Aug-06 AugPainting in Oils: Rivers, CoastsJohn Shave12and Seascapes03 Aug-06 AugDrawing and Painting Birds andPeter 15Other Wildlife Partington06 Aug-10 AugA Flatford Sketchbook: Watercolours, Sue Williams10Pen and Wash06 Aug-10 AugPainting in Oils: Modern John Shave12Impressionistic Techniques10 Aug-13 AugMaking Watercolours Work for You Rob and 10 Siân Dudley