The How Many Left event is a fundraiser for the Grampian Transport Museum Trust Scottish Charity No. SC 017625

To offset the admin costs of How Many Left, we request a charitable donation of £10.

Personal details
Vehicle details
Would you like to participate in any of the following?

Data Protection Act (1998) 2018 Amendment: The personal data on this form may be used by the Grampian Transport Museum Trust to send you information about the Museum.

*I would like to Gift Aid my donation of £10.00 to: Grampian Transport Museum Trust (Scottish Charity No. SC 017625)

I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations it is my responsibility to pay any difference.

 If you wish to participate in arena activity, please note the following important information: 

“Even though this activity is taking place on our purpose-built track, which is clearly not a Public Highway, you may be surprised to learn that the Road Traffic Act (RTA) still applies. The activity is run under a permit issued by the International Organisation of Professional Drivers (IOPD) which permits this activity but does not remove the need for insurance.  Some normal insurance policies specifically exclude activities such as these, and so it is essential that you contact your insurers / Broker and get confirmation that your insurance covers you for participation in this event.  Could you please therefore check with your insurance company and email a copy of your insurance certificate to events@gtm.org.uk.  If we do not receive a copy of your insurance certificate you will not be permitted to take part in any arena activities, other than static display, on the day.”

 

* Gift Aid notes:

Please notify the charity if you:

- Want to cancel this declaration

- Change your name or home address

- No longer pay sufficient tax on your income/and or capital gains.

 If you pay income tax at a higher or additional rate and want to receive the additional tax relief due to you, you must include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return or ask HM Revenue and Customs to adjust your tax code.