It is not possible to get insurance cover for an event of our nature that would cover cancellation due to coronavirus. This is now a standard exclusion on events insurance. This means that, if we were forced to cancel due to coronavirus, we would either have to bear all of the substantive costs ourselves (which we cannot do) or pass all of the costs to you (which we are not willing to do). This forces us to manage the risks we face with early decision making and wise planning because we cannot fall back on insurance cover.
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- Why are you no longer running United A and B as originally launched?
- What about the good news about the Covid vaccine? Won’t that change everything now and make United possible in July?
- Doesn’t this show a lack of faith? Surely God will enable his people to gather at United in 2021?
- What about Sixty One?
- Other festivals are still taking bookings so why is New Wine closing bookings for United A and B?
- Didn’t you learn from having to cancel United in 2020?
- Why did you launch United A and B in the summer only to cancel them now? Surely you knew then it wasn’t possible?
- Why are you making the decision now when the situation will surely have improve by the summer?
- Don’t you have cancellation insurance?
- If New Wine has had to cancel United 2 years in a row now, will you ever be able to hold it again?