'essentialstagesupplies.co.uk' is a trading name for Essential Stage Supplies Ltd.
essentialstagesupplies.co.uk will send you an email to acknowledge receipt of your order ("Advice Note"). Receipt of your credit or debit card details and debit of payments does not constitute our acceptance of your order. Our acceptance of your order takes place upon despatch of the goods to you at which point the purchase contract is made. We reserve the right to decline your order for any reason whatsoever and to refuse bulk orders. If we do so a member of our customer services team will contact you and will refund in full any charges which have been incurred.
Goods are invoiced in pounds sterling at the price prevailing at the time you place your order. Prices are expressed exclusive of Value Added Tax ("VAT") which will be charged at the current rate as shown on the on-line order form and are exclusive of delivery charges. Delivery charges will be added to the price of the goods purchased so that the on-line order form shows the total charges which we will debit.
The prices indicated apply only to on-line purchases and are not indicative of the price of identical goods purchased at retail stores or by any other means.
We reserve the right to amend any prices without any prior notice and to end any promotions at any time. We reserve the right to add or withdraw any item at any time. essentialstagesupplies.co.uk try to ensure that all prices displayed are correct. We are under no obligation to supply any product that is priced incorrectly.
These Purchase Terms and Conditions and the Web Site Terms and Conditions and any contracts made under them are governed by the laws of England and Wales and disputes arising here from shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. Materials on the Website are not necessarily appropriate or available for use in other locations, and accessing them from territories where their contents are illegal is prohibited. Visitors accessing the Website from locations outside the United Kingdom do so at their own risk and on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with local laws.