We don’t offer insurance advice, but we do work with an independent insurance broker that specialises in insurance for both the voluntary and rural sectors. Their dedicated team understand the work of SF&G members and will provide you with a complimentary review of coverage, discuss your specific requirements and provide a policy tailored to your needs. In addition, they have agreed exclusive rates for our members. Through their independence, McClarrons have access to numerous specialist insurers, enabling them to provide cover for your organisation's individual needs. Should the worst happen, their in-house claims team will manage the claim on your behalf from start to final settlement.
On joining, members are given access to this broker; you can then discuss cover options with them based on the particular requirements of the group.
If your organisation is already a member of SF&G, please login to find out more details about this scheme.
If your organisation is not already a member you can join here.
If you are not sure whether your organisation is already a member, we can check for you. Please contact us and we can check email or tel. 0117 9231 800.
"We heard about McClarrons insurance through Social Farms & Gardens - without that contact we would never have known, and we would have missed out! The service was extremely efficient, thorough and professional.
We work across multiple sites and had an arson attack and break in, last year, so there was quite a lot of information to go through, but throughout, the staff were super helpful, friendly and kept everything simple. We ended up with better cover than we'd had and saved over a £100 pounds, which for a small charity like us, means a lot.
A big thank you to McClarrons and Social Farms & Gardens”
Having adequate insurance cover is vital for all farmers, gardeners and growers, whether you are providing care services, inviting visitors onto your site or organising volunteer work days and other events.
Suitable cover protects both the organisation and individuals from potentially very expensive liability claims if something goes wrong.
The types of cover needed will depend on the activities your group carries out, and a few different examples of how types of cover might be applied are given below.Insurance is not a substitute for good risk management practices.