Group/Syndicate Members

By being a member of a Countryside Alliance group or syndicate (with seven or more members) you are entitled to three types of insurance that have been specifically designed to protect you.

It is recognised that in the vast majority of cases the group will be an informal body of individuals with no legal status, therefore the extra breadth of cover provided to the group “entity” automatically extends to the named individuals that make up that group member including the officers of the group.

Please note: Does not cover hunts in the UK (excluding Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland)
1. Personal Accident Benefits

Which are paid if you suffer life changing injuries as a consequence of taking part in a legally recognised activity or tragically lose your life.

Click here for more details of the Personal Accident Benefits

2. Public Liability Protection

In the event that you or a member of your group/syndicate is held responsible for causing injury to a third party, or financial loss or damage to someone else’s property, whilst pursuing a legally recognised activity.

Click here for more details of the Public Liability Protection

Click here for more details of the Public Liability Protection for the Republic of Ireland

 

Please note: Guests are also covered, providing they make up fewer than 50% of the guns.
3. Employers Liability Protection 

This protects you if an employee, or anyone else providing “official assistance” to your group or syndicate is injured and takes legal action against you.

Click here for more details of the Employers Liability Protection

Click here for more details of the Employers Liability Protection for the Republic of Ireland

 

This cover applies if you are taking part in any legally recognised activity or ancilliary activity, including preparation, instruction, completion and taking down of equipment and amenities used in connection with a legally recognised or ancillary activity.

Click here for more details of the legally recognised activities

Click here for more details of ancillary activities