If arriving by car, use the designated car parking areas and not the approach roads
Parking is free of charge
site Entry Condition
We reserve the right to refuse entry
Entrance fee not refundable unless festival cancelled
At all times whilst on site:
Dogs must be kept on a lead and under adult control
Clean up after your dog
If required dog waste disposal bags are available at the festival gate
A dog waste bin is available outside the main toilets facility
Under 18's are to be supervised by a responsible adult (18 or over)
In all bars both Dogs and Under 18's are not allowed in alcohol serving areas
There is a total no smoking or vaping policy in all tents and marquees
Be aware antisocial behaviour is not tolerated and may result in offenders removal from festival site
Awareness - FIRE
Make yourself aware of the fire exits when you first arrive, there are no fire alarms
In the event of the need for evacuation of the site:
leave in an orderly fashion, preferably via the main entrance gate
proceed to the large field outside the event area
remain for a people count, to ensure all are off site
Awareness - RIVER
Keep well away from the river
Do not use the Rowing Club launch steps as seating, this is private property
Awareness - GENERAL
Use the litter and recycle bin facilities provided as appropriate
Every adult will be holding a Souvenir Festival Glass, so lookout for breakages
If you break a glass you must advise a member of staff immediately
Use the recycle bin facilities provided
If you do not wish to take home your Souvenir Festival Glass, you may leave the glass at the festival entrance for recycling
It is an offence to buy alcohol on behalf of someone who is already drunk and for staff to continue to serve such a person
No alcoholic drinks will be served to anyone appearing to be under 18, you must provide proof of age on request
Alcoholic drinks must not be purchased for or given to under 18
Drink sensibly as some of the beverages are very strong!!
Alcohol can decrease awareness, take care moving around the site, especially after dark
Be aware of the drink driving laws when leaving the festival site, Taxi contactdetails are available at the entrance gate
What information we collect from you
There are two types of information we collect: information that allows us to identify specific individuals and information of a more generalised nature.
Whenever we ask for information that enables us to identify you it will be clear that we are doing so and in every case you will have a choice of how we use the information that is asked for. Information of this type will only be asked for on those parts of our website that allows transactions to be performed, in contrast to those parts of our website that are merely informational in their function.
Information of this type will also be collected when you contact us directly by email for any reason or if you specifically request that we send you information.
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Links to non-Ross Beer & Cider Festival websites
Ross Beer & Cider Festival are committed to protecting the privacy needs of children and we encourage parents and guardians to take an active role in their children’s online activities and interests.
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