Terms & Conditions

CDs can be returned within 14 days of receipt for refund or exchange, providing the jewel case is in ‘as new’ condition and the security seal has not been tampered with or broken.

The buyer is responsible for return postage costs, we suggest you use a recorded or signed-for service to make sure the CD reaches us.

We do not refund the original postage costs.

If the CD you receive is damaged or faulty in any way, we will send a new one straight away at our expense.

No refunds are offered on the purchase of mp3 files. If an mp3 file fails to download correctly or is corrupted in some way, a re-send will be activated manually at your request. Please contact us as soon as you are aware there is a problem with your download and we will do our best to help. You can also read through our FAQ’s to see if the answer to your problem is there. If you are having trouble downloading to an Apple product, we suggest you read our Download Troubleshooting Page.

All rights reserved. Any unauthorised broadcasting, public performance, hiring, copying, re-recording, re-mastering or editing in whole or part thereof of the recordings produced by Here To Listen Limited and Sharon Shinwell are prohibited.  Doing so will constitute an infringement of copyright. Ⓟ ©

Shipping Charges:

All CD Orders are despatched within 24 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays.

Country Courier Charge
UK Royal Mail From £1.00 per item, from 50p per additional item.
Europe Royal Mail Air Mail From £3.00 per item, from 50p per additional item.
Rest of the World Royal Mail Air Mail From £3.50 per item, from £1.00 per additional item.

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