Planning your Summer Party - Insurance for your private event

Posted in General on 8 April 2014

Party insurance for your Summer event by Voyager Insurance Services

It's that time of year, the weather is getting warmer, you may be dusting off the garden chairs and thinking about outdoors parties...

Sometimes a back garden simply isn't big enough for the kind of sociable gathering you'd like to have and you’ll be thinking about a paid venue - this is where Voyager’s Party Insurance can help.

Party Insurance covers you for financial losses if your party is cancelled, such as the costs of the hiring the venue, photography, video, catering, accommodation and the services from any other service supplier that you booked for your private party.

Many people find it particularly reassuring to know they have cover for legal liability arising from accidental injury to third parties or accidental loss of, or accidental damage to, third party property.

And, it's surprisingly affordable… For only £30 you can arrange a policy that will help you enjoy peace of mind of knowing that you have £3,000 of cover in case your party has to be cancelled. There is also £1,875 of cover to help you with the costs of rearranging your event if it is postponed due to a covered reason. For larger events, options are available that provide cancellation cover up to £20,000.

So, bring on the Summer party season! Party Insurance can help you whether you are planning an engagement party for a happy couple, a reunion, or a big family get together at a paid venue. As long as you’re not selling tickets and the event is not open to the public, Voyager’s Party Insurance may be just right for you.

Get your party plans started with the reassurance of knowing you’re covered. Click here to get a quote online or call us on 01483 562 662 to learn more and arrange your Party Insurance policy today.

Please note: Party Insurance is for your private function, it is not suitable for street parties or other events to which the general public have access or can buy tickets.

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