Subscriptions are payable termly and
should be paid by half term, or by the
October half term for ‘holiday’
subscriptions that are paid annually.
Subscriptions are not refundable, unless the
young person to whom they relate leaves 1st
Claygate Scout Group (“the Group”)
permanently before the fourth week of each
term and the Section Leader has been
notified that the young person no longer
wishes to continue in the 1st
Claygate Scout Group.
Gift Aid may be reclaimed by the group on
subscriptions and donations provided a valid
Gift Aid Declaration has been signed by the
taxpayer. Gift Aid forms are available from
the Group Treasurer.
Payments for Activities and events should be
made according to the timetable provided by
the organiser of the event. Receipt of
payment by the Group is no guarantee that
the young person has a firm place for the
activity or event, but if the place is not
available a full refund will be made.
Payments are not normally refundable unless
the event is cancelled and/or a place is not
available when a full refund will be made.
Where a payment represents part payment or
deposit for an activity or event that
deposit may be forfeited if the young person
withdraws from the event or activity without
giving adequate notice to the appointed
Refunds will only be made onto the card used
to make the original payment.
We offer a range of payment options
including Visa, Visa Debit, Mastercard,
Solo, Maestro, Visa electron and PayPal
All our credit card transactions are handled
by Sage Pay, one of the market leaders in
secure online transactions. The transfer of
the purchase details from our website to
Sage Pay are encapsulated using Sage Pay's
own encrypted and digitally-signed protocol.
Any communication between the shopper and
Sage Pay is encrypted to the maximum
strength supported by the shopper's browser
using 128 Bit encrypted sessions. Sage Pay’s
security policy can be viewed here:
Sage Pay uses a range of secure methods such
as fraud screening, I.P address blocking and
3D secure. Once on the Sage Pay systems, all
sensitive data is secured using the
internationally recognised 256-bit
In addition, you know
that your session is in a secure encrypted
environment when you see
in the web address, and/or when you see the
locked padlock symbol alongside the URL.
So when buying through our site, you
can be sure that you are completely
Sage Pay is PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry
Data Security Standard) compliant to the
highest level and maintains regular security
audits. They are also regularly audited by
the banks and banking authorities to ensure
that their systems are impenetrable.
Sage Pay is an active member of the PCI
Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) that
defines card industry global regulation.
Shoppers are also protected from fraudulent
use of their card in a "cardholder not
present" environment by their card issuers.
The card issuer provides the right for a
shopper to dispute a transaction if the
goods/services did not arrive or if the card
was used fraudulently.