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The applicant is bound to these terms and conditions as is their parent/guardian as stated on the application form.
Should you be awarded either the full or part scholarship it must be used only for training within your performing art. The award is made to you personally and only you can use it. You can’t give it to anyone else.
Generally applicants will be informed if they have been successful after their application has been taken before the trustee’s board meeting at their nearest convenience.
Successful applicants are expected to provide documentation as proof of how the scholarship has been used. These applicants are also expected to attend if any Master Classes and Mentorship meetings are provided for them.
Insurance and Health and Safety
We accept no responsibility for any injury, loss or damage arising in any training or activity organised by yourself.
All Trustees and/or staff of the Charlotte Leatherbarrow Foundation have clear CRB checks.
Any personal information you provide will be collected and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 1998 and used only for the purpose of granting the scholarship and the mentoring there after.
We will not pass on your information to any other persons or organisation that is not involved in the application process for the Charlotte Leatherbarrow Foundation Scholarship unless required by law.
These Terms and Conditions, and the documents referred to herein, constitute the entire agreement and understanding between us and you.
The Award and these Terms and Conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.