Why does Wheely Tots need images?
Wheely Tots needs to take photographs and / or film project participants and events to help promote Wheely Tots, our projects and our funders.
How are the images used?
The images may be used in a range of materials to promote Wheely Tots and our funders. This includes (but is not limited to) publicity materials such as leaflets, brochures and posters, books, newspaper and magazine articles, television programmes, social media and other digital content.
How long does consent last?
Consent is valid for 5 years from date of consent given. However, image consent can be changed or withdrawn at any time by notifying [email protected]
CONSENT (To be signed by adults, young people aged 16-18 and parent/guardian of all under 18s)
I understand that Wheely Tots is taking photographs or filming to promote the project and that my consent is valid for five years from the date of signing. I permit Wheely Tots and project funders to:
- Issue the photographs to local and national press to accompany articles.
- Use the photographs in any printed or online publications produced by Wheely Tots or the project funders.
- Reproduce the images or film e.g. on Wheely Tots and project funders’ websites, You Tube or social media channels. I understand that websites can be seen throughout the world and not just in the United Kingdom, where UK law applies.