You can sign up for a membership to The Woodworking Club via our website. Membership prices and options can be found on our website (www.thewoodworking.club). By completing the online joining process and becoming a Member of The Woodworking Club, you are accepting all the terms and conditions in this Membership Agreement. You should only join if you have read these and accept them.
This Membership Agreement starts once you have accepted the terms during the online joining process. By accepting the terms, you are agreeing to pay any applicable joining fee, administration fee, and monthly membership fee., including any promotional rate that may be payable for a limited period only. These are shown at the start of the joining process and again before you confirm your payment instruction.
You agree to comply with The Woodworking Club’s Membership Rules which can be found on our website, and you agree to use the workshop(s) facilities, equipment, tools, materials in the proper manner. You must consult a member of staff if you are unsure. We are not liable for any injury you suffer through the incorrect use of our equipment or facilities.
You will be liable for any damage caused to our equipment or facilities through your negligent use.
All members and guests must be 18 years of age or older. All memberships are strictly personal and may only be used by the person who signed up for the membership. Abuse of membership results in immediate suspension or cancellation of the membership, without recourse to refund of fees paid.
To establish the member or guest identity, the member / guest must be able to present a valid photo ID at the request of The Woodworking Club. Changes in personal data such as name, address, e-mail, telephone number, bank, account number, etc. must be communicated immediately via email to admin[at]thewoodworking.club. It is the member’s responsibility that The Woodworking Club always has the member’s updated information.
- Duration of membership
All memberships are ongoing monthly memberships until terminated in accordance with 7 and 10.
- Using the workshop(s)
You are entitled to access and use the workshop(s) defined by your Membership until termination or suspension of that membership pursuant to this Membership Agreement. We will make reasonable endeavours to make available to you the rights and privileges of Membership you joined and have paid for. This includes access to the workshop(s), staff and independent tutors, where applicable, for general advice. We will make reasonable endeavours to communicate to you in advance if we are unable to make available to you the rights and privileges of Membership.
Members will be able to use the workshop(s) during specified times only, as set-out in the Membership time and opening hours of the workshop(s). Access to the facilities is subject to satisfactory identification of the member (by means of government-issued identification) and full and timely payment of membership.
We may, with fair notice and at our discretion, close our premises for reasonable periods of time to carry out maintenance, repairs, refurbishment, cleaning or for other reasons within and without our control. We will endeavour to reopen facilities as soon as is reasonably possible in all circumstances. You agree that you will not be eligible for any refund for the temporary interruption in services during the period.
Premises may also be closed for periods such as summer or winter holidays, in which case special rates may be made available to members. This will be communicated to all members in due course and with fair notice.
- Signing up and signing out of activities in the workshop(s)
With a The Woodworking Club membership, you shall book a workbench in advance. Bookings must be made via The Woodworking Club website or app. Please note that lack of correct cancellation of a booking may be associated with payment of a fee.
- Digital content
Memberships may include access to an online repository of digital content, including project plans, instructions, online communities and other content. Such content is made available to members as per membership type and can only be accessed on our website and when holding a valid membership. Reproduction and/or selling of such content is prohibited.
Availability of online libraries and online communities offered as part of a membership (where available) is provided on a best-effort basis. We reserve the right to add or remove content and to restrict access to such content at any one time.
- Additional services
Classes and courses, and other “additional services” do not form part of this Membership Agreement. Any “additional services” (e.g. classes, special tutorials and projects) which you contract for or agree to pay for, do not form part of your Membership Agreement. The terms and conditions of this Membership Agreement will not apply to them unless explicitly stated. You should be aware that some of these “additional services” may be provided by third parties and if you enter into any agreement for “additional services”, you may be entering into an agreement with those individuals or parties and not with us.
We do not accept any liability for any losses, damage, personal injury or other loss caused by any negligent act or omission of those providing the “additional services” which are specifically excluded from the Membership Agreement and we do not accept any responsibility for the same save where precluded by law.
Payment to The Woodworking Club is made by credit or debit card, or by direct bank transfer. When joining, members pay a joining fee (if applicable) and pay for the first month of membership. Thereafter, the membership monthly fee is automatically deducted from the member’s bank account at the start of each month. Failure to collect payments will result in automatic cancellation of the membership.
Failure to pay: If the membership fee is not paid by the due date, The Woodworking Club has the right to immediately terminate the membership. You cannot access The Woodworking Club again until the membership fee due has been paid and a new membership agreement has been signed, including any joining fees. The Woodworking Club reserves the right to collect outstanding fees through a law firm or debt collection agency, as well as to report bad payers. The fees are set by The Woodworking Club or by The Woodworking Club’s external partners. The Woodworking Club reserves the right to disclose personal information to an external debt collection partner. In certain cases, The Woodworking Club discloses your personal information to sub-processors and / or other business partners when required to fulfil the contract with you, to establish or maintain a legal claim, or to pursue a legitimate interest.
- Changing your membership
Memberships can be changed, subject to membership types, prices and spaces available at the time. Fees may apply. Details can be found online in the Memberships section or can be requested to admin[at]thewoodworking.club. All membership changes will take effect on the 1st day of the subsequent billing period.
If you have a discounted membership and you change to a different membership plan or your membership is terminated, you will waive the right to the discount (or any promotional rate) on the original membership and pay the standard price on the new membership. If you have a discounted membership and your membership is terminated, you will waive the right to the discount and pay the advertised membership fee if you later choose to re-join The Woodworking Club.
We reserve the right to change the access privileges of members. We will inform you with reasonable notice of any changes that may affect your membership.
- Pausing a membership
You are allowed to put your membership on hold free of charge for up to 30 days, once a year. Thereafter, you can pause your membership as often as you wish, for a maximum period of 30 days, against payment of a fee.
When you pause your membership, you must specify a start and end date for the suspension period. When your membership is on hold, you lose all your membership rights including use of the workshop(s) and online resources until the membership is resumed, after which your rights and the current membership payment automatically start again. Requests for pausing memberships much be made in writing to admin[at]thewoodworking.club and with at least one month’s notice. There is no entitlement to refunds of paid fees for unused access during notice period.
- Termination of membership
A membership can be terminated at any time with at least one month’s notice, with effective termination until the end of the next calendar month. The termination must be sent by e-mail to admin[at]thewoodworking.club. If the member has sent a termination notice by email to admin[at]thewoodworking.club, it is the member’s own responsibility to confirm that the termination request is received via email by The Woodworking Club. The confirmation will be sent to the email address provided by the member to The Woodworking Club. It is the member’s responsibility that The Woodworking Club always has the correct contact information, including the correct email address.
- Age restrictions
People under the age of 18 cannot access The Woodworking Club and cannot become members.
- Health condition and personal injury
All use of the facilities is at your own risk. By entering into this Membership Agreement you declare that you are fully competent and experienced in the use of the tools and equipment, including power tools and machines. You as a member are responsible for being in a state of health and competency that allows participation in activities at The Woodworking Club. The Woodworking Club does not take responsibility for personal injuries to a member because of accidents or other visitors’ actions or omissions.
The Woodworking Club recommends that no valuables be brought nor stored in the workshop(s). The Woodworking Club bears no responsibility for loss due to theft or damage to property.
- Workshop rules
The Workshop Rules are always in force and any instructions given by The Woodworking Club staff must always be followed. Violation of this may result in expulsion.
- Exclusion of members
The Woodworking Club may terminate any membership agreement without further notice. In the event of termination by The Woodworking Club, all unused prepayments will be refunded. If The Woodworking Club terminates a membership agreement due to a member’s material breach of the applicable membership terms or Workshop Rules, no refund of any kind will be made. Significant non-compliance is considered, among other things, dangerous use of equipment, not taking good care of the tools and equipment, lending of membership, deliberate cheating with age limits, offenses, sexist and racist statements in The Woodworking Club.
- Change of membership conditions
Significant changes to prices, terms and conditions will be notified at least 45 days before the changes take effect. Changes are notified via notices in The Woodworking Club premises and at www.thewoodworking.club.
- Managing your permissions and data
You can contact us with any queries or concerns by emailing admin[at]thewoodworking.club from (or quoting) the email address that we hold for you.
- Other terms
- Only you, the person named in the online joining process, can benefit from this Agreement.
- If any of the terms of this Agreement are invalid, un-enforceable or illegal the remaining terms can still be enforced.
- The Woodworking Club, its parent companies, its agents, employees and subcontractors are not liable for any loss, damage or theft of any of your property that you bring onto any of our premises. If such loss, damage or theft is caused by the negligent acts or omissions of The Woodworking Club Limited or its agents, employees or subcontractors, our liability to you will be limited to DKK1000.
- We may make reasonable changes to the Membership Rules and the Membership Agreement at any time. It is your responsibility to check online at regular intervals for changes to these documents.
- You should print a copy of this Agreement for future reference.
- This Agreement is governed by the law of Denmark.
Appendix. Workshop Rules
The Woodworking Club maintains and enforces Workshop Rules to make sure that using our facilities is a safe and enjoyable experience to all our members.
We may amend these rules from time to time without prior notice. We reserve the right to terminate your Membership immediately if you do not abide by these Workshop Rules. We hope that you understand.
As a Member of The Woodworking Club you agree that you will:
- Book and use the space in line with the inclusions in your membership type/level
- Cancel your booking if you are not going to use it. This way the slot can be available to others.
- Clean the equipment and workspaces after you have used them. The principle is ‘leave it as clean, if not cleaner, than you found it’.
- Return equipment and tools to their place after use. Treat tools and equipment with care.
- Not take any tools, equipment or materials (other than those owned by you) out of the workshop.
- Wear suitable clothing and footwear when in the workshop (bare feet, flip-flops, or a bare torso are considered unsuitable). Any member not wearing suitable attire may be asked to leave the workshop at the discretion of the workshop manager. Also, it is forbidden to wear jewellery or untied long hair when using power tools.
- Not carry food and/or drinks to the working areas. Food and drinks are not only allowed other than outside or designated areas, e.g. kitchen.
- Follow workshop manager’s instructions and directions.
- Not bring in neither work with anyone who is not a member of The Woodworking Club. Pets are also not allowed in the workshop.
- Not bring tools or materials into the workshop without prior consent by The Woodworking Club.
- Not take photographs or videos on the premises or post remarks or imagery to the internet that could identify another Member.
- Use the workshop on a part-time, hobby-like, personal basis. Professional, commercial, or similar use is not allowed. This includes among other things, production, teaching, photography, (social) media/advertising.
- Not use the workshop whilst under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, tranquilizers or make use of any other medical substance which may affect your ability to use the workshop and its equipment safely. The Woodworking Club reserves the right to remove you from the premises if it reasonably believes you are unfit to use the facilities.
- Not smoke in the workshop, including outside areas
- Leave the premises before closing time.
- Not use, block, or interfere with fire, emergency or disabled access doors or alarms (except in a genuine emergency).
- Use the booking system available on thewoodworking.club to book your space and stick to your booked times so we can ensure everyone has fair access to the space
- Not share your membership with anyone else. Memberships are personal and cannot be used by anyone else other than the named member.
- Not behave in an aggressive, abusive, intimidating, anti-social or threatening manner or in a way that might cause distress to staff or Members.
- Not discriminate, harass, or engage in unwanted physical or verbal contact with another member or member of staff.
- Maintain a record of your membership that can be shown to a member of staff should it be requested.
- Keep bags, equipment, tools and any other items away from walking areas and entrances so that they do not become work place hazards.
- Not engage in any type of criminal behaviour whilst on our premises.
- Not attend the workshop, if you are unwell, symptomatic or have tested positive for coronavirus.
- Follow social distancing, use of masks, hand sanitiser and any other applicable rules as directed by relevant authorities and The Woodworking Club.
Thank you for helping us make The Woodworking Club a safe, respectful, and productive community!