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Terms & Conditions
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BYE-LAWS - APPLICABLE TO THE RUTLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
The Rutland County Show Ticket Admission and Privileges.
1. Vice-presidents and Life Members. Free admission to the Show. Free admission for a partner. Admission to the Members Enclosure with partners badge also giving free admission to the Members enclosure.
2.Members (Annual subscribers of £20.00 or £30.00 for joint-Membership) Free admission to the Show for members and free entry to the Members Enclosure.
3.Parking of Vehicles. Official car parks will be provided and vehicles will be parked at owner's risk. No vehicles of any description will be allowed to stand anywhere on the Showground other than in the regulation parking places.
4. Members parking will be on a first come first served bases. Please be aware this are has a limited number of spaces.
5.Tickets purchased online, via our outlets and from the office are non refundable.
6. Any visitor, or member, behaving in a threatening or intimidating manner towards showground staff, traders, or the general public will be asked to leave the site.
7. The Rutland Agricultural Society reserve the right to ban any visitor, or member, from attending the Rutland County Show or showground in the future.
LIVESTOCK AND GENERAL
Livestock & General
1. All entry forms for livestock must be fully and clearly completed and submitted by the closing date. (Please see entry form for closing date) The Society will accept no liability for the accuracy of any description or particulars in the catalogue.
2. All exhibitors will be required to complete the entry statement, and entry form for every animal in each class. The ages of all animals shall be calculated to the date of the show, unless otherwise stated. Nomination entries will not be accepted.
3. Entry Fees: All entry forms must be accompanied by the appropriate fees, cheques should be made payable to the "RUTLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
4. Return of Entry Fees: Entry fees are non- returnable except where entries are refused or cancelled by the Rutland Agricultural Society. Monies will only be refunded, less an administration fee. The Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry, class or section.
5. Prize money will be paid by voucher to be redeemed for cash from the ticket office in the main entrance to the show by 5pm
Or to be redeemed by post before 1st July 2018 - the main entrance to the site (N.B. there will be a £1 admin charge deducted from the prize money for this service)
6. Grand Parade. Cattle Champions and reserve Champions must take part in the Grand Parade, otherwise cups and prize money will be forfeited.
7. Substitution. The substitution of entries, after the published closing date, is not permitted.
8. Arrival and Departure of Stock. All exhibits are to be penned/tethered by 7.30am. Exhibits must not leave the show ground until after the Grand Parade, except by veterinary discretion.
9. Objections. In the event of any dispute in livestock/horse classes, written details should be lodged with the Secretary, within 30 minutes of the completion of that class, together with £20.00 (this is refundable if the objection is upheld) The matter will then be considered, and the decision of the Committee shall be final.
10. Judging. All classes are judged in accordance to the relevant Breed Society Rules. The Judges decision is final. Judging times may be altered at the discretion of the judge/stewards.
11. All exhibitors must comply with Government and Local Authority regulations and all codes of practice: The Show is subject to any relevant Orders issued by Government Departments and Local Authorities, and all Codes of Practice with which all exhibitors and others attending such Shows, Exhibitions and Events must apply.
12. All animals are shown under the Breed Regulations and Competition conditions of the relevant Breed Society.
13. Weather conditions. In the event of adverse weather conditions please telephone 01572 757110 / 07568 181616
14. Improper Conduct. Any Exhibitor or Exhibitors employee, or any member of the public, who conducts himself in an improper or offensive manner to any Officials or indeed is offensive to anyone on the showground, or behaving in a dangerous manner, shall be reported to the Chairman and Show Director. They may be refused entry to the Show Ground in the future and may not be allowed to compete in any Classes and have no monies refunded. They may not be allowed to renew their subscription or enter any future Shows until re-admitted by the Committee.
15. Ownership of Livestock Exhibits. All cattle and sheep must have been the bona fide property of the Exhibitor for 60 days prior to the Show.
16. All exhibitors must have Public liability insurance.
17. All animals must be in the care and control of their owner/handler at all times while they are on the showground.
TRADE & CRAFT STAND BOOKING INFORMATION:
NHS Blood Donors June 10th & Aug 17th
Heli-Rides 9th June, 18th Aug