Thank you for choosing to spend your leisure time at Timperley Food Studio. We really appreciate your custom and hope that your time spent with us is really enjoyable
Notice for Bookings
Places are booked on a first-come-first-served basis upon receipt of payment / debit card / credit card validation.
2 weeks booking notice to confirm booking; Last minute bookings only at TFS discretion.
On booking and paying for a class, you will receive a booking and payment confirmation by email.
If your circumstances changed and you are no longer able to attend the course you booked on, please let us know as soon as possible, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
Methods of Payment
Payments in full 7 working days prior, to confirm your booking Mobile payments, online and in house at the Studio
- Debit / credit card
- Bank Transfer
- By Cash
The booking is non-refundable but we can offer you a few options:
• we can transfer your booking onto another class at your choice and availability
• you are welcome to send somebody else in your place but please notify us.
Occasionally, we may have to cancel or postpone a class due to unavoidable circumstances, bad weather or if a class is under-subscribed. In such a case we will notify all confirmed attendees as soon as possible and reschedule new dates.
Confirmed booking may not be cancelled but is transferable, see under Refunds.
Data Protection Policy
We may need to gather personal information such as your name, telephone number, email address, postal address. We will use your contact details to communicate with you and to understand your needs and provide you with a better service.
For data protection reasons, we do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.
We may use your information to send you news and updates about Timperley Food Studio products. If you wish to added to our mailing list, you must give us permission first. Timperley Food Studio Ltd is committed to protecting your privacy.
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Under the European (EU) Privacy Directive, we have a legal responsibility to tell you about the kind of cookies we use, what they’re for and how to turn them off. We strongly suggest you accept our cookies though, to get the best possible service from our website. To find out more, we suggest you visit aboutcookies.org, where you’ll find easy to follow instructions for both deleting or controlling cookies from your browser.