Information about our policy and COVID-19
Our Event Insurance policy will cover your event providing you comply fully with government guidelines whilst hosting the event(s).
Comprehensive Insurance for Party Organisers
Our specialist Celebrations and Parties Insurance policy offers Public Liability and Equipment Cover for birthdays, anniversaries, private or street parties, retirements and more. Whether you are expecting 20 visitors or 500 to your party, we can cover it.
We can also include Employers’ Liability on all policies, with £10 million worth of cover protecting you as the organiser if a staff member, volunteer or helper was injured at your party.
When hiring a venue for your party, you might be specifically required to prove you have some form of Public Liability insurance. Our product is ideal in that instance as it includes up to £10 million worth of Public Liability insurance as standard.
Planning on holding more than one party in a year? We can cover up to 52 events under our annual Multi Event Insurance policy, providing a more cost-effective method for protecting your parties.
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Why choose Protectivity?
Policies to suit your party
We can provide children’s party insurance, cover for Bar Mitzvahs and protection for retirement parties as well as dozens of other events. Our policies are tailored to you, giving cover for parties with up to 500 attendees.
Excellent claims handing
It can be a worrying time when things go wrong at your party. That’s why we are dedicated to making our claims handling process as smooth and sympathetic way as possible.
Specialists in our field
We’ve been providing insurance to the leisure industry for over 25 years, and led by our experienced account managers aim to make your insurance buying process easy and straightforward.
Underwritten by experts
Every Event Insurance policy is underwritten by AXA XL who are experts in providing tailored insurance products to suit dozens of consumer and commercial enterprises.
What Insurance Do You Need For Your Party?
When organising a party or celebration it’s important to understand exactly what insurance cover you need. These are the two things you need to consider:
If you are hiring a local venue, be it privately owned or run by your Local Authority, it is likely that you will be required to have Public Liability. This cover protects the organiser if a member of the public, including those attending the party were injured due to the actions of the organisers.
To help with the smooth running of your party you may employ some members of staff such as bar staff or cooks. In such a scenario you are required to take out Employers’ Liability with your policy. This will cover you if any of these workers were to be injured and hold your event responsible.
Event Equipment Cover
From the marquees to tables to other party equipment, we can add protection on to your policy for the items you use to make your event run smoothly. This includes cover for items owned by you as well as hired or leased equipment.
We know not every party is the same. That’s why we aim to provide you with a policy that best fits your needs, giving you the cover you require to have, at a price that is hard to beat, obtained in the simplest and easiest fashion.
I was really pleased with how my claim was settled. It gave me great confidence that Protectivity covers me when the worst happens.
Fantastic claims handling
Parties are normally a time to celebrate, but unfortunately things can go wrong.
That’s why we like to ensure that when you do have to make a claim, the process is as straightforward as possible.
Thankfully, the Protectivity customers that have had to make a claim have been extremely pleased at the way that we have handled their troubling situation.
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Further information on our policy
If you have any other questions regarding our Event Insurance policy, then feel free to get in touch with our friendly team on 01494 887909. Our phone lines are open 9am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday.
More information on what we can cover on this policy can be found on our FAQs page.