one of our group's 'things' is a kiddies knight school thing - ie foam swords etc, basic hitting shields and then hitting the guys in armour sort of thing.
Was wondering if anyone has had any insurance issues with a 'kiddie knight school'? I.e. having told your insurers have they said fine/ it's only fine if you pay us lots more money/ not a chance?
at the mo we have £10m 3rd part PLI with Shooter's Rights if that helps
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- Absolute Wizard
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any decent insurer will simply ask for a detailed breakdown of what you do, looks at your RAMS and should have no problmes. As long as you can prove your are dloing it sensibly, fine.
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