Albion and Friends Community Toy Library

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Albion and Friends Community Toy Library Membership Conditions 

As a borrowing member of Albion and Friends Community Toy Library you are responsible for the toys that you borrow including: the correct use of the toys; awareness of hazards such as small parts; providing a helmet and ensuring it is worn during use of a balance bike or scooter.

 You are requested to return the toys in good, cleaned condition. Borrowing period is for 21 days.

 You will receive personal library communications by email, and all other communications via email, through the Facebook page and/or by notices displayed at the Toy Library, including notices of meetings.


Volunteer discounts


If applying for volunteer discounts (second 6 months free) you may complete 3 hours through one or more of the following volunteer options:

  • Two rostered sessions during opening hours (Working With Children Check is required - these are free to obtain).
  • Taking newly catalogued toys home to label parts with the toy number
  • Joining committee (six-eight 1.5-hour meetings per year, held outside of business hours, plus additional responsibility depending on your committee role)
  • Propose to assist in another way (subject to need and committee approval)


Albion and Friends Community Toy Library is a child safe organisation. Before completing a “duty” in the library, you must have completed one of the following (please don’t hesitate to ask for help with this!):

A volunteer Working With Children Check (WWCC) online at or an update to WWC details online to notify the Department of Justice that you are volunteering with Albion and Friends Community Toy Library.  

OR: 󠇧 A current VIT registration (please provide the library with your registration number and expiry date)

Register your volunteer minutes either on the roster online or in consultation with a committee member!


The Albion and Friends Community Toy Library Incorporated ("Provider") is pleased to make bicycles and scooters available to subscribers ("the Service").

As a subscriber to the Service you acknowledge that there are dangers and risks inherent with bicycle and scooter riding (the “Activity”) to which any child under your supervision ("Your Child") may be exposed.

The Provider does not provide protective clothing or bicycle helmets and it is your responsibility to ensure that Your Child wears a helmet at all times and is otherwise appropriately attired when participating in the Activity. You agree that Your Child will participate in the Activity at your own risk. You also agree to voluntarily assume responsibility for supervising the Activity and any injury, death or property damage you or Your Child may suffer or cause as a result of participating in the Activity.

To the maximum extent possible at law, you (both in your personal capacity and on behalf of Your Child) agree to release, hold harmless and indemnify the Provider and its respective officers, employees, servants, agents and contractors (the “Indemnified Persons”) against all actions, claims, suits, costs, expenses, demands and damages suffered or incurred by the Indemnified Persons or any one or more of them by reason of, or in respect of, or in any manner whatsoever arising out of, or caused by, your use of the Service or Your Child's participation in the Activity.

You agree that you are subscribing to the Service on the express condition that the Provider:

(a) will, under no circumstances be liable or responsible in any manner whatsoever for any death, loss, accident, damage or injury to you, Your Child or any of your servants, agents, contractors, visitors or invitees or any other person whatsoever (“Related Party”) which may happen as a result of your use of the Service or Your Child participating in the Activity; and

(b) will not incur or be under any liability whatsoever to you, Your Child, or to any Related Party for any loss, damage or injury to or in respect of any of your property or of any Related Party’s property.

The Provider is not liable to you, Your Child or any Related Party in respect of any indirect or consequential loss. For the avoidance of doubt, ‘consequential loss’ means loss or damage arising from a breach of contract, tort (including negligence), under statute or any other basis in law or equity of an indirect or consequential nature including, but without limitation, loss of profits, loss of revenue, loss or denial of opportunity, loss of goodwill, loss of business reputation, future reputation or publicity, damage to credit rating and indirect, remote, abnormal or unforeseeable loss, or any similar loss whether or not in the reasonable contemplation of the parties.