Dreaming the Impossible (DTI) is an annual Christian youth gathering for young people aged 12-18s from churches and youth organisations everywhere. It is open to all streams, networks and denominations and is run by Vineyard Churches UK & Ireland.
We’re passionate about seeing young people meet Jesus and fearlessly follow him, believing that nothing is impossible with God.
Our gatherings are unashamedly all about Jesus but we try and make everything accessible for those with little or no experience of church or youth group and these young people are especially welcome to join us.
DTI is about inspiring and equipping young people to love God, love others and change the world. Our heart is that young people would encounter God at DTI and leave our gatherings knowing his love for them in a deeper way, and be ready to live out their faith back home being part of a local church.
We would love for you to come and join us in 2020.
Here’s a breakdown of the prices and deadlines for summer 2020
Super Early Bird (Paid by 31st Jan 2020)
Adult 18+ £89
Early Bird (Paid by 1st May 2020)
Adult 18+ £95
Adult 18+ £99
Terms and conditions
Dreaming the Impossible Booking Terms & Conditions
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By signing up for an event you are also agreeing to the following terms and conditions. We've tried to make them as easy to understand as possible but if you have any questions or concerns please call 0115 9887067 or email email@example.com for support.
Dreaming the Impossible (DTI) is an event organised and managed by Vineyard Churches UK & Ireland (VCUKI).
In these terms:
* "Booking" means the DTI booking process which is subject to acceptance of these Terms.
“Delegates” means any person that receives a ticket as part of the booking.
* "Terms" means these booking terms and conditions.
* “We”, “Our” and “Us”means VCUKI and DTI.
* “You” and “Your” means the person making the booking.
1. Under 18s
All under 18s must book with a responsible adult who is over 18. For every group of six under 18s, one over 18 must be named. These adults are therefore responsible for the Delegates under their care at ALL times and must ensure their welfare during the event. They will be required to provide a contact number for the duration of the event.
Children are allocated to the appropriate kid’s groups according to their age at the time of the event. When they are not in the kid’s group venues, children are the responsibility of their parents/guardians. Parents/guardians must always know where their children are, who they are with and when they are expected back in their care.
2. Tickets and payments
Tickets for Dreaming the Impossible events are not confirmed until payment is made in full.
3. Booking deadlines
Dreaming the Impossible might offer a discount on the full booking fee if you book before a certain date. We call these “Booking Deadlines”.
These Booking Deadlines will be advertised in advance. To qualify for the discount You must book and pay before the advertised deadline date. If You start a booking before the deadline, this will not secure a discount.
If You wish to cancel Your booking You may do so at any time, but You must contact DTI by email to notify Us if you would like a refund as this will not be issued automatically. There is an admin fee of £20.00 for cancellations made before the cancellation deadline of 31st May.
After the cancellation deadline DTI is unable to refund fees in the event of cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances. We recommend You take out holiday insurance.
Even if You were not aware of the refund deadline, we cannot give a refund after that date.
Dreaming the Impossible offers a free transfer of a ticket from one Delegate to another until 31st May. After this date all wristbands are printed and therefore transfers cannot be conducted in the office and will need to be done on site upon arrival. Any transfers made after the 31st May and therefore on site will incur a cost of £1 per transfer for a replacement wristband.
Please note anyone who does not correctly transfer a ticket and is found onsite wearing an incorrect wristband will incur a cost of £40.00.
5. Event rules
In order to attend this event, anyone over the age of 18 must be coming with young people aged between 12 and 18. There must be one adult (over 18 years old) on every Booking, and a maximum of six young people (under 18-year olds) per adult.
The site rules for Our summer event are available on Our website. The DTI team are there to enforce these rules and may ask Delegates to change their behaviour, especially if they think there is a risk to other people.
If Delegates do not comply with the site rules, the DTI team may ask you to leave the site.
For any DTI event, Your Booking may be cancelled or You may be asked to leave the event at any time at Our discretion.
6. Being on team
In order to be accepted onto a volunteer team at DTI, We will require extra information about You. The first step is to complete the online application process which includes:
Self-disclosure questions, where You must truthfully disclose any relevant information about Yourself as directed.
Safeguarding questions, where You must agree to follow Our child protection guidelines.
There will be subsequent steps to Your application which includes a reference from Your church leader so please ensure that You give accurate and up to date information in the reference section about the leader of Your church.
You may also be asked to complete a DBS check. The check will disclose to Us and to Yourself whether You have any notes on Your criminal record which relate to working with children or young people.
7. Photography and media
By attending a DTI event Delegates agree that their image may be captured and used by DTI and VCUKI. This may be in photographs or other digital media and may be used for promotional materials or other information which We produce.
Delegates can opt out of this by speaking to the photographer or asking Us to remove their image by contacting the DTI media team during the event or after it. You can also ask the team at the info point.
8. Abusive Proselytising
Dreaming the Impossible is committed to giving Delegates freedom in what they choose to listen to and be influenced by. We will not tolerate abusive proselytising at Our events.
Dreaming the Impossible understands abusive proselytising to be:
* Manipulative attitudes and practices that exploit people's needs, weaknesses or lack of education especially in situations of distress.
* Comparing two communities by unevenly emphasising the achievements and ideals of one against the weaknesses and practical problems of the other.
* Making unjust or uncharitable references to beliefs and practices and even ridiculing them.
* Employing any kind of physical violence, moral compulsion and psychological pressure.
* Using political, social or economic power as a means of winning new members for a religion.
* Extending explicit or implicit offers of material inducements, education or health care or using financial resources with the intention of making converts.
9. Unsubscribe or close your account
You can close Your online account, have Your information removed from Our system (where it is required for other legal or tax purposes), or unsubscribe from any mailing or information We send you, at any time.
To do this please call 0115 9887067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with a request.
10. How we use data
By 'Data' we mean any information about Yourself or others that You enter into Our online booking system. We are required to store some data for legal and tax purposes and will, therefore, store some data about Your Booking after the event.
We will use the data provided to Us in the following ways:
* To support You while You make Your Booking and help You to make any changes (e.g. request a refund, change your password);
* To send You important notices about Your Booking (e.g. arrival information);
* To make sure Your account is up to date; and
* Where You have signed up to receive information about promotions and offers, to make sure You continue to receive these.
We will not pass on Your details to any third parties for their marketing purposes. We will not send You marketing or advertising material unless You specifically opt-in to receive this, but We Will send You important information about any event You book into.
VCUKI takes Your privacy seriously and will only collect, store and process Your data in accordance with UK data protection legislation and the VCUKI Data Protection Policy.
The lawful basis that We use for collecting and processing Your data, through Your Booking, is legitimate interest. This is because We have a legitimate interest in collecting and processing your data in order to be able to effectively run Dreaming the Impossible and provide certain services to you. We will not process your data in ways that you would not reasonably expect and believe that the privacy impact to you will be minimal.
If You, opt-in, for receiving marketing communication from Us, Your name and contact information will be held and processed, separately for this purpose, with Your consent. You have the right to withdraw Your consent at any time and can do this by contacting Us by telephone on To 0115 9887067 or email at email@example.com.
11. Our liability
We put as much information as We can on Our website for guidance, but We can't guarantee that the information is always accurate or up to date. The website and anything We describe on it may change without notice, including events which You book into. We will not be liable for any damage or loss caused as a result of any action or inaction by You through the use of Our website.
We do not guarantee that the web site will be compatible with all hardware and software which You may be using to access the site. We will not be liable for damage (e.g. computer viruses) to Your computer or other property as the result of Your use of this website.
The web site, its design, layout, look, appearance and graphics is Our property. Because of copyright law You may only download, print, or copy any part of the website for Your personal use.
We shall not under any circumstances be liable to You in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise for loss of revenues or opportunities, goodwill, reputation or any type of special, indirect or consequential loss (even if such loss was reasonably foreseeable or We had been advised of the possibility of You incurring the same).
Further, We shall have no liability for any death or bodily injury (except death or injury caused by Our negligence, Our staff or Our contractors), or loss of or damage to property, of anyone attending the DTI event pursuant to the Booking, whether arising from such attendance, or in relation to the provision or use of the facilities at the event. You agree to indemnify VCUKI against any claim in respect of any such liability (and the costs and expenses incurred by VCUKI in relation thereto).
12. Website problems
Although We will do Our best to provide constant, uninterrupted access to dreamingtheimpossible.org, We do not guarantee this. We accept no responsibility or liability for any interruption or delay.
You shall make sure that all Delegates comply with these Terms and furthermore You indemnify Us against all claims, costs, damages and judgements awarded against or incurred or paid by Us as a result of or in connection with a claim made by a Delegate.
All tickets sold to You shall remain the property of VCUKI (or whoever is the original owner of the tickets) at all times.
No waiver by Us of any breach of these Terms by You shall be considered as a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other provision.
If any provision of these Terms is held by any competent authority to be invalid or unenforceable, in whole or in part, the validity of the other provisions of these Terms and the remainder of the provision in question shall not be affected thereby.
These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
14. Changes to these terms
These terms and conditions may be changed from time to time to keep you up to date with Our policies. Please ensure that You review these terms and conditions regularly. By continuing to use the site, You agree to any changes made to the terms and conditions.
15. Who we are
Dreaming the Impossible is an event organised and run by Vineyard Churches UK and Ireland (VCUKI), a Charitable Company Limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under Company No.04839046, Charity Reg No. 1099748.
Our registered address is The Vineyard Centre, Vulcan Street, Hull, HU6 7PS.