Terms and Conditions

No metatags, hyperlinks or other forms of linkage whatsoever to any other website may be imposed on the website unless express prior permission has been given. Access to particular areas of the website may be subject to additional terms to which you confirm Your acceptance of by entering the particular areas. If you do not accept those terms then you should immediately stop using those pages.

We do not warrant that functions contained in the website content will be uninterrupted or error free, that defects will be corrected or that the content or the server(s) are available free of viruses or bugs.

This website is made available on the basis that there are excluded, to the extent permitted by law, any terms implied by statute or otherwise and all liability for any loss or damage however it arises out of the use of this website or reliance on its content.

Version date: October 2018

Variation of these terms & conditions

We reserve the right to make changes to any part of the website. It may therefore be necessary to change these Terms and Conditions. If we do change the Terms and Conditions, we will update the date above. If you use any of the website after we have published such changes, you will be agreeing to be bound to those changes. If you do not agree to be bound by the changes then you should immediately stop using the website.


“HH Norfolk” means HH Norfolk Limited, whose registered office is at 6 High Street, Ely, Cambs, United Kingdom, CB7 4JU, and any subsidiary from time to time of HH Norfolk Limited also referred to as “We”, “Us” and “Our”. Subsidiary has the meaning given in section 1159 of the Companies Act 2006.

“Websites” means the websites and mobile sites (including their constituent pages) with their home pages published by HH Norfolk Limited; and any other website, mobile site or web address owned or operated by a member or employee of HH Norfolk as may link to these Terms and Conditions from time to time.

“Contributions” means any unsolicited material, including (but not limited to) verbal, e-mail, video, letters, texts, digital photographs or other images.

Jurisdiction and applicable law

Your use of this website, these terms and conditions and any matters arising are subject to the laws of England and Wales and any dispute is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales. This website is targeted only at, and goods and services are only available to, UK residents.

Nothing in these conditions shall exclude or limit our liability for death or personal injury caused by our negligence, for our fraud or otherwise to the extent it would be illegal to do so.

Use of the website by children / parental guidance

Some content on the website may not be suitable for children. Under 18s are permitted to use the website, however they must obtain their parent or guardian’s permission and ensure that the parent or guardian has read and understood these terms and conditions on their behalf.

The parent or guardian will be solely responsible for deciding whether content is suitable for viewing for their child.


All material on this website is protected by copyright. you may only copy, download and reproduce it for Your own personal use. you must not use it for reproduction on any other website, or in any way for commercial purposes or gain not listed below (where a separate licence is required) unless you first obtain Our written consent.

The following systematic creation and/or use of links to this website require a separate licence:

  • utilising links to this website received as part of a paid-for media monitoring service; and/or
  • systematically forwarding links to this website within a business or outside a business for business purposes; and/or
  • copying or extracting data from this website by means of robots, spiders, crawlers or other automatic devices or by any manual process used to systematically extract or copy web content.
  • Any such use of this website is prohibited without an appropriate licence.

Where you are able to share content on the website using the share buttons provided, such as posting to Facebook, Twitter and Google+, you agree to immediately remove links and/content if requested to do so by us.


Where any part of the website requires that you register in order to use it, you are obliged to provide accurate and complete registration information. It is your responsibility to update and maintain any changes to that information (including your e-mail address) by altering your details as appropriate.

Registration is at your own risk and we will not be liable for any unauthorised transactions made using Your user name, pin number or password

By submitting your details when registering for tickets to a wedding show you automatically authorise HH Norfolk Ltd to send you emails regarding the show.

Contributions, notice boards, and chat rooms

By submitting any material to us you automatically grant us the royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable right and license to use, reproduce, modify, edit, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, perform and display such material (in whole or part) worldwide and/or to incorporate it in other works in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed for the full term of any rights that may exist in such content.

You acknowledge:

  • we may select or reject any material for publication at our sole discretion and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • material submitted by you may be published in any publication or website produced or published by HH Norfolk Ltd and/or may be supplied by us for publication by third parties at our discretion.
  • you are over 18 years of age and you are the bill payer or have the permission of the bill payer to send us the material.
  • your email address and password are personal to you and you must not allow anyone else to use them.
  • you must not impersonate any other user of the website or do anything to assist an unregistered user to gain access to the website.
  • that use of your personal data by us is subject to our data protection and privacy policy.

You further agree that by submitting any material to us, you also waive all your moral rights in such materials and agree not to contribute any material:

  • that is threatening, defamatory, intentionally offensive abusive, liable to incite racial hatred, pornographic, obscene, in breach of confidence, in breach of privacy; or
  • that is discriminatory against race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender; or
  • for which you have not obtained all necessary licences and/or approvals; or
  • which constitutes or encourages conduct that would be considered a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise be contrary to the law of or infringe the rights of any third party, in the UK; or
  • that is in breach of the rights of any third party; or
  • which is technically harmful (including, without limitation, computer viruses, logic bombs, Trojan horses, worms, harmful components, corrupted data or other malicious software or harmful data) you further agree that if you knowingly send any material which is technically harmful that we retains the right at our sole discretion to pursue you for all legal fees (including our own and those of any third party), damages and other expenses that may be incurred as a result of your actions; or
  • that makes any commercial or business use of the website or post any material which comprises advertising promotional or marketing material of any kind, nor will you set up any links from the website to any other website; or
  • that is not original to you and you grant us a royalty-free irrevocable and perpetual licence to use, reproduce in whole or in part, modify and adapt such material and authorize others to do so in any media now known or in future developed in any part of the world; and
  • that you understand and agree that any breach of these warranties may cause us damage and loss and you agree to indemnify us and keep us at all times fully indemnified from and against all claims, costs, loss or damage incurred by us directly or indirectly as a result of any material posted by you on the website or any use by you of the website.

We reserve the right (but do not assume the obligation) without notice to remove any material which we in our sole discretion deem to be harmful, offensive or otherwise in breach of these terms and conditions and/or to terminate the registration of any person who we in our sole discretion deem in breach of these terms and conditions. This is without prejudice to any of our rights at law all of which are specifically reserved.

By accessing or posting any information you confirm you have read and agreed to the above terms and conditions.

Conditions of acceptance of advertisements

IMPORTANT: These Conditions contain an indemnity if you breach Your warranties to Us.


These Conditions apply to any advertisement which you have asked Us to publish on Your behalf in a Title (the “Advertisement”) and by making such an offer (an “Order”) you agree to be bound by these Conditions in that respect.

These Conditions override any terms stipulated by you on order forms or elsewhere unless we accept those terms in writing. If we do so, these Conditions will apply except to the extent that they are inconsistent with anything so agreed by Us.


“We” and “Us” means, and “Our” refers to, the Company which is the publisher of the Title in which you have asked Us to publish Your Advertisement.

“Title” means any publication or website which we publish.

“You” means, and “Your” refers to, the person placing the Order with Us and where that person is an advertising or other agency placing the Advertisement on behalf of their client that agency agrees that it has placed the Order as principal.


We may insist on you submitting Your Order in writing and if we do so you will not be deemed to have placed an Order until we receive it in writing. If we do not insist that you submit Your Order in writing it is deemed to be placed when the initial Order is made, subject to the terms and conditions below. If you deliver copy instructions to Us, we may treat this as an Order unless it is clearly marked as “not constituting an Order”.

We will notify you if we do not accept Your Order within 3 working days of receiving it. Publication of the Advertisement will mean we have accepted the Order.

We are not obliged to accept Your Order or to publish any Advertisement placed by you and cannot guarantee insertion, special position, the date or the classification of any such Advertisement, or the distribution of the Title. we will not be liable for any loss or damage incurred as a result of Our failure in these respects. we may reject any Order (in whole or part) prior to (any) publication by notice to you and (to the extent rejected) we will refund any pre-payment in that case but will have no further liability.

We may carry forward an Advertisement not inserted to the next suitable issue of a Title.

If you place an Order but fail to provide copy/artwork by the publication deadline, we may repeat any previous relevant Advertisement from you for which we have copy, or use a filler, and charge you the full price of Your Order in any event.

Advertising standards, legal obligations and third party rights

You confirm and warrant to Us that the copy you provide and the publication by Us of an Advertisement pursuant to an Order will:

  • be legal, decent, honest and truthful;
  • not result in a breach of any relevant Code of Practice, including other provisions of the Advertising Standards Code of Practice
  • not breach any legislation;
  • not be defamatory;
  • not infringe any copyright, trademarks or other legal rights of any person or company and that you have received any consent needed to refer to or portray people (expressly or impliedly) in the Advertisement.
  • when appearing on any HH Norfolk Ltd website will not contain hyperlinks or metatags linking to the advertiser’s own website unless express prior permission has been granted by HH Norfolk Ltd.

You agree:

  • to indemnify Us in respect of all costs, damages and other charges we incur or to which we are subject as a result of publication of any Advertisement pursuant to Your Order where there is a breach of any warranty given by you to Us;
  • not to be in breach of contract in relation to the Order/Advertisement;
  • that we may store, reproduce and distribute copy relating to any Advertisement, including by electronic means;
  • that we may without notice or warning destroy any box office correspondence or communication received in response to an Advertisement which we think it inappropriate to deliver;
  • that we accept no liability in respect of any loss or damage alleged to have arisen though delay in forwarding or omitting to forward replies to box numbers to the advertiser (however caused)
  • that we may liaise with the police and/or any other relevant authority in relation to any Order/Advertisement or any response to any of them we receive (including passing on Your details);
  • that we may record and use Your details to perform Our obligations under these Conditions and publish Your Advertisement (including by passing them to other group companies and/or sub-contractors as reasonably necessary to do so);
  • if you are an agency acting for a client, that we may provide a proof of the Advertisement direct to the client for approval by whatever means we deem appropriate;
  • that we may hold Your details on record for a reasonable period and contact you about future advertising opportunities which we believe may be of interest to You.
  • that we may use Your details to contact you for feedback relating to your Advertisement and/or the publication in which you advertised.
  • that any material submitted by you is held by Us at Your own risk and should be insured by you against loss or damage from what ever cause. we reserve the right to destroy without notice all such property after the date of its last appearance in an advertisement unless you have given written instructions to the contrary.
  • that you acknowledge that we shall have no liability for any variation of up to 10% in the final published size of any advertisement.


We are not obliged to accept a cancellation request (which we may require to be made in writing). You have 7 days after booking your magazine advertisement or exhibition stand to cancel your booking free of charge. Anytime after this, cancellation fees will apply as follows:

After confirming booking: 30% cost | 6 weeks prior: 50% cost | 5 weeks prior: 60% cost | 4 weeks prior: 70% cost | 3 weeks prior: 80% cost | 2 weeks prior: 90% cost | 1 week prior: 100% cost



We retain copyright (and any other intellectual property rights) in all Our artwork, copy and other materials in any Advertisement (even if combined with any of Your copyright materials). In addition, you agree that we own the copyright in the typographical arrangement of all Advertisements. No copy in any form will be returned unless agreed in writing by Us at the time of placing the Order.

We will not be liable for accidental loss or damage to Your copy, including artwork and photographs, in any format. Accordingly, Our liability for non-accidental damage to Your copy will be limited to the value of the medium in which they are embodied.

Errors, omissions or inaccuracies in Advertisements

We will not be liable for:

  • any error (including but not limited to spelling and text errors), misprint, inaccuracy or omission in Advertisements, a proof of which has been agreed by You;
  • any error (including but not limited to spelling and text errors), misprint, inaccuracy or omission in an Advertisement, if that error is notified to Us more than one week after its publication;
  • any error (including but not limited to spelling and text errors) misprint, inaccuracy or omission in a second or subsequent Advertisement in a series;
  • any error (including but not limited to spelling and text errors) misprint, inaccuracy or omission in an Advertisement which does not detract from the essence of that Advertisement.

Where we acknowledge an error (including but not limited to spelling and text errors) misprint, inaccuracy or omission we will, at Our choice, either publish the corrected Advertisement, or depending upon how payment was made issue you a credit note or refund Your credit/debit card, to a value not exceeding the price of the Advertisement and this will be the limit of Our liability in respect of the error, misprint, inaccuracy or omission.


Except where otherwise stated, all prices quoted are exclusive of VAT.

You will pay for an Advertisement on placing an Order, unless credit terms have been agreed. you will be sent an invoice unless you have pre-paid (or a direct debit arrangement is in place), in which case you will only be sent an invoice if you request one. All credit terms will be subject to the terms of the Credit Application Form.

A query on an item on an invoice issued by Us will not affect the time at which you are liable to pay the rest of that or any other invoice issued by Us.

If you do not pay a sum due to Us by the due date, all sums due by you to Us become payable on the due date for the sum not paid and we may suspend further advertising for you and charge you compensation and interest according to the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998.

Applicable Law

Nothing in these conditions shall exclude or limit Our liability for death or personal injury caused by Our negligence, for Our fraud or otherwise to the extent it would be illegal to do so.

These Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.


(please also see Premium Rate SMS Competitions below)

The winner(s) may be notified by email and the results may be published on this website and/or in the paper. we reserve the right to report details of competition winners, to take photographs (or other visual media) and to publish such media.

The prize must be taken as offered with no alternative. In the event that the prize cannot be supplied no liability will attach to HH Norfolk Ltd and it’s employees. Entry into any competition does not give rise to any binding agreement between the parties. When prizes are supplied by third parties we are acting as their agents and as such we exclude all liability for loss or damage you may suffer as a result of any Competition.

The editor of the relevant publication or website decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Employees of HH Norfolk Ltd and the prize provider and their immediate families and agents may not enter.

Software and security

We are not responsible for any technical or other issues that may arise if you download software from an external third party website (eg. Acrobat Reader) or upgrade your browser software to enhance your usage of the website.

Third party websites

This website provides links to other websites. These links are for your convenience only and do not signify that we endorse or undertake any responsibility for the content of or any transactions that you enter into relating to those linked sites. Use of third party websites is entirely at Your own risk.

Intellectual property

The website and/or the services contain content owned by us. The Content is protected by copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret and other laws. We own and retains all rights in the Content and the website and the Services.

We hereby grants you a limited, revocable, non-sublicensable licence to reproduce and display the content (excluding any software code) solely for your personal, non-commercial use in connection with viewing the website and using the services.

The website and the services contain content owned by users and other licensors (“Third Party Content”). Except for content posted by you, you may not, unless specifically authorised by us in writing, copy, modify, translate, publish, reproduce, commercially exploit, broadcast, transmit, distribute, perform, display, or sell any content appearing on or through the website or the services.

You may retrieve and display content from the website or the services on a computer screen, print individual pages on paper, photocopy and store such pages in electronic form on disc (but not on any server or other storage device connected to a network) for your personal non-commercial use.

Data protection and privacy policy

Our privacy policy

We are committed to respecting your privacy. This statement sets out how HH Norfolk Ltd websites comply with European Community data protection requirements. We are registered under the Data Protection Act 1998.

This privacy statement applies to this website only – it does not cover other websites to which we may provide links, or to HH Norfolk Ltd websites other than those operated by HH Norfolk Ltd.

Is it possible to access the website without disclosing personal data?

Yes. You can visit the website without identifying yourself or revealing any personal information. Once you choose to provide us with any information by which you can be identified, it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.

What information do we collect?

We collect the personal data that you volunteer on forms you submit to us (for example in registering for membership services), and in emails you send to us.

Where you can order products, we will collect your name, contact and billing information, transaction and credit card information.

Registering via a social network

If you choose to register via a social network on our registration page, you acknowledge and consent for your data held by the social network site (subject to the social network’s terms and conditions) to be processed and shared via a third party whom may be based outside of the European Economic Area and for such data to be processed by us.

What do we do with the information we gather?

We require this information to understand your needs and provide you with a better service. we will also use it to send you the information you have requested – for example details of houses for sale and jobs which match your requirements.

We may contact you for market research purposes or to give you information about new features on the website. You will only be contacted if you have given us authority to do so.

Do we disclose your personal data to third parties?

We will ensure that your personal data will not be disclosed to third parties except insofar as you have consented to such disclosure or we are required to do so by law. Your personal data may be disclosed to other companies within the HH Norfolk Ltd.

If you believe that any information we are holding on you is incorrect, please write or e-mail us at the above address. We will correct any information which was found to be incorrect within 28 days and without charge.

If you have agreed to the disclosure of personal information and to receiving marketing and promotional information, but no longer wish to do so, then please contact us over email.

Is the information you hold on me secure?

We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure we have put in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect on-line. All employees who have access to your personal data are contractually obliged to respect your confidentiality.

We have put in place technology measures and security policies and procedures to protect personal information from unauthorised access, improper use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction or accidental loss.

Do we use cookies?

Yes. A cookie is a piece of text which asks permission to be placed on your computer’s hard drive. Your browser adds that text in a small file. A cookie helps us to analyse web traffic and allows websites to respond to you as an individual. For example cookies are used for membership details on the property, jobs and business sections. Please see our cookie policy for more information.

Event attendance

CCTV and cameras (including TV) may be present at the event. By purchasing a Ticket to the Event and/or attending the Event you give your express consent to all such filming and to your actual or simulated likeness being included within any film, photograph, audio and/or audiovisual recording (“Footage”), all rights in which will be owned by us. You also agree that any such Footage may be used by us in any and all media for any purpose at any time throughout the world, including (with the exception of CCTV or security Footage) for commercial purposes.

Additional services

From time to time we may provide additional services for you to download. However, the download time may vary considerably between the types of content and you agree that you are wholly liable and responsible for any telephone call and/or other charges incurred in downloading the same.

Sales and services

For the acceptance of advertisements please refer to Acceptance of Advertisements above

Some third party sites which are either embedded into the website or links are provided are sites which are operated by third parties with whom we have a commercial association, including but not limited to sites by means of which you can make payment for use of the website or associated services.

If you wish to make any purchases or enter any financial dealings on such website, you will be entering a contract with the relevant third party operator who will ask you to supply information about yourself and on your financial affairs, including your bank or credit card details. The third party operator will have their own terms and conditions and privacy policy and it is up to you to indicate your consent or otherwise to the use that the third party proposes to make of Your personal data.

While we select Our trading partners with care, we cannot be held liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which you may suffer as a result of Your decision to enter any dealings or transactions with, or supply personal information to, a trading partner or any third party. Please ensure you are aware of whom you are contracting with and the relevant terms and conditions prior to entering into any contract.

A contract for us to supply you with goods or services will only be created when we accept your order (which we may do in writing, by email or by fulfilling that order). Goods and services advertised on this website may not actually be available when you place your order as we reserve the right to withdraw services at any time.

Once we accept your order we will inform you in writing of the details of your order, the price of the goods including taxes and delivery costs, arrangements for payment and delivery, and your/our obligations

We shall deliver your goods within a maximum of 30 days beginning with the date of the order. If goods are not available, we will inform you and reimburse any sum already paid within 30 days.

You have the right to cancel the contract for whatever reason within seven working days (“cooling off” period) from the date that you receive the goods (or, for services, the date of conclusion of the contract) or from the date the written confirmation is provided if later. This right to cancel does not apply to excluded contracts.

Certain contracts are excluded from the right to cancel and you will not automatically have the right to cancel these contracts. For example, contracts for customised goods (eg. advertisements) or those which deteriorate rapidly (eg. food and perishable items) and contracts for the supply of video or audio recordings or computer software that is unsealed by you.

If you cancel the contract we will re-imburse you as soon as possible. In any event, we will refund you within 30 days of the notice of cancellation, without any charge other than the direct cost of returning the goods.

Where you return the goods by post, you are under a duty to take reasonable care to see that they are received and not damaged in transit.


You agree to indemnify and hold HH Norfolk Ltd, its subsidiaries, and affiliates, and their respective officers, agents, partners and employees, harmless from any loss, liability, demand, claim or legal proceedings brought or threatened, including expenses of any character suffered or incurred arising out of your use of the website or the services in violation of this agreement, and/or arising from your use of or conduct on the website or in use of the services and/or a breach of this agreement.

Exhibition Terms and Conditions


In these Summary Terms & Conditions the term ‘Exhibitor’ means any person, firm or company who has made an application for and who has been granted stand space at the exhibition. The term ‘Exhibition’ means the event detailed on the Booking Form. The term ‘Organiser’ means HH Norfolk Limited or their lawful assigns.


The Exhibitor shall not be entitled to assign or sublet the whole or any part of the space allocated to him. The Exhibitor must not display any exhibits or merchandise in addition to or in place of those described on the Booking Form, without the prior written permission of the Organiser. Advertising literature or other products not relating to the Exhibitor’s business must not be displayed or distributed from either the stand space or anywhere else within the Exhibition venue. Nails, screws, glue,blu-tack or anything that will damage the fabric of the shell panels should not be used. Any damage caused by the exhibitor will be charged at the current repair or replacement cost.


Upon receipt of the contractual Booking Form and any specified deposit from the Exhibitor, the Organiser will confirm the allocation of the appropriate stand space by the issuing of a confirmation invoice. Applications for space will be at the discretion of the Organiser.


Should it be necessary for the Organiser to revise the layout of the Exhibition floor plan for any reason, the Organiser reserves the right to transfer the Exhibitor to another stand space within the Exhibition without recourse to compensation, unless the stand space is reduced in size in which case the cost of the stand space shall be reduced proportionately.


When an Exhibitor wishes to reduce the size of the stand space booking after acceptance by the Organiser, then written notice must be forwarded to and received by the Organiser by registered post. The Organiser reserves the right to apply the scale of cancellation charge detailed in Section 4 above to the total cost, in proportion to the amount of space by which the original stand space is reduced. The Organiser may resell or reallocate the stand space but shall be under no obligation to reimburse any part of the cancellation charge. The Organiser shall not be obliged to accept the Exhibitor’s notice of reduction.


(1) If the Exhibitor wishes to cancel the stand space booking after acceptance by the Organiser, or alternatively the Exhibitor fails to meet any of the payment obligations (whether as to the amounts or the dates of payment – see Clause 18 below) detailed on the Booking Form and/or invoice, then the Organiser reserves the right (without being obliged to do so and without prejudice to any other right or remedy available to the Organiser) to apply the following cancellation/termination charge and to resell or reallocate such stand space: Cancellation/termination occurring

(a) More than 3 months before the date of event, cancellation charge of 60% of total cost

(b) Less than 3 months before the date of event, cancellation charge of 100% of total cost

(2) If the Exhibitor wishes to cancel the stand space booking then written notice must be forwarded to and received by the Organiser by registered post not later than the time scales referred to in (1) above. The Organiser shall not be obliged to accept the exhibitor’s notice of cancellation.

(3) The Organiser may resell or reallocate the cancelled stand space but shall be under no obligation to reimburse any part of the cancellation charge.

(4) In the event of the Organiser rescheduling the event for reasons unknown, force majeure, the Organiser will act in good faith to provide a similar date, or new date provided to the Exhibitor for the providing of the same goods agreed to (exhibition stand) whilst retaining any booking fees paid thus far (not refunding).

(5) In the event of no alternative date being offered by the Organiser, the Organiser will look to agree a fair term of repayment of booking fees paid by the Exhibitor.


If an Exhibitor being an individual or business becomes bankrupt, is issued with a receiving order or makes a creditors arrangement, or in the case of a Limited company goes into liquidation or has a receiver appointed, the contract with  the Exhibitor shall be terminated and the Cancellation terms and charges detailed in Clause 4 above shall be applied.


Details of exhibition hours are given in the Organisers’ Exhibition Information Pack. During these times stands must be manned by Exhibitors staff at all times, and the Organiser accepts no responsibility for loss of exhibit and/or associated stocks at any time.


The Exhibitor must adhere to the build-up and break-down times stipulated in the exhibition instructions. In the event that the Exhibitor fails to remove all their property, furniture and waste material from the Exhibition venue by the end of the contracted break-down time on the final day, these items will be removed and the Exhibitor will be solely liable for all costs incurred in such removal, storage and/or disposal.

Neither the Organiser, the venue nor any of the show contractors will be liable for any damage to such property or any loss incurred by the Exhibitor in these circumstances.


The Exhibitor must occupy the space allotted to him by show opening time on the first day of the Exhibition. Any Exhibitor failing to do so will be deemed to have cancelled their space booking. In this event the Terms and Conditions relating to Cancellation will apply and the Organisers may resell or reallocate the space.


The Organisers reserve the right to require the Exhibitor to remove any exhibit whatsoever which is being exhibited at any Exhibition if the Organisers in their absolute discretion consider that the same is libellous or of an obscene nature or may infringe the rights of any third party or which the Organisers consider in their absolute discretion to be undesirable or detrimental to the Exhibition, other Exhibitors or the general commercial interests of the Organisers or any other company from time to time forming part of the same group of companies of which the Organisers form part.


The following are excluded from the Exhibition: explosives, detonating or fulminating compounds and all dangerous or harmful objects can only be exhibited in the form of imitations and on condition that they contain no inflammable matter.


All materials used for building, decorating or covering stands must be of non-flammable material.


Exhibitors must act in accordance to relevant Health & Safety and manage risk assessment appropriately.


No Exhibitor will be permitted to erect their display goods in such a manner as in the opinion of the Organisers obstruct the light or impede the view along the open spaces and gangways or to inconvenience the display of other exhibitors. Exhibitors are to confine their activities to their allocated stand and not take up more space than their allocation; nor impinge on another exhibitor’s territory. The distribution of leaflets from anywhere other than exhibitors allocated stands is not permitted.

  1. NOISE

No public address system, music, generators or electric amplification shall be operated from any trade stand or exhibition without the prior consent in writing of the Organisers. No noise shall be created on a trade stand at a level likely to cause distress or concern to traders or to the general public.


The Exhibitor must not assign, sub-let nor grant licences in respect of the whole or any part of the stand space allocated to them without the prior written permission of the Organiser.


A non-refundable deposit as specified on the Booking Form, representing a minimum 25% of the cost of the stand space must be provided by the Exhibitor at the date of booking, unless agreed otherwise with the Organiser. The final instalment of 75% is payable by on the date specified on the invoice, latest being 30 days prior to the show. If payments are not made by the Exhibitor in accordance with the agreed schedule, then the Organiser reserves the right to apply the scale of cancellation /termination charges to the total cost as detailed in Section 4 above. The Organiser may resell or reallocate the stand space but shall be under no obligation to reimburse any part of the cancellation/termination charge. The Exhibitor shall however remain fully liable for any amount outstanding on this booking.


The Organiser shall have sole discretion as to organising and promoting the Exhibition in such manner as considered appropriate and reserves the right to amend or vary the manner or methods of such organisation and promotion without explanation or liability. Any statements made by or on behalf of the Organiser as to attendance projections or methods or timing of promotional activities shall constitute only general indications of the Organiser’s promotion and organising strategy, and shall not amount to any representation or warranty.


(1) In the event of any abandonment, postponement, relocation or limitation of the Exhibition, any restriction on the use of the premises or any part thereof, or any failure of the services provided therein, the Exhibitor or his agents or contractors shall have no claim whatsoever against the Organiser in respect of any resulting loss, booking revenue and/or deposit or damage and the Exhibitor’s liabilities to the Organiser shall not in anyway be affected.

(2) The Organiser accepts no responsibility if delivery of goods and materials or the execution of work is held up or prevented by any cause beyond their control, including without liability the generality of the following:

(a) Strike, lock-out, labour disturbance or restriction;

(b) Failure by the Exhibitor, his agents or contractors to give instructions or supply the necessary stand plans in due time.


If any Personal Data (as defined by the Data Protection Act 1988) is disclosed by the Organiser to the Exhibitor in connection with the Exhibition, the Exhibitor shall only process the Personal Data in accordance with the instructions of the Organiser and the Exhibitor shall comply with the Data Protection Act 1988 at all times.


(1)Nothing in the Terms shall exclude or restrict the liability of either party to the other for death or personal injury resulting from negligence or for fraudulent misrepresentation or in any other circumstances where liability may not be limited under any applicable law.

(2) The Exhibitor hereby accepts total liability for all acts or omissions of himself, his business, directors, employees, servants, contractors, agents and visitors, and undertakes to indemnify the Organiser against any and all liability in respect thereof and against any and all actions, legal suits, proceedings, claims, demands, costs and expenses whatsoever, which may be taken or made against the Organiser or incurred or become payable, which arise therefrom or in respect thereof. This includes anyand all claims arising from death, personal injury and the supply by the Exhibitor of merchandise or samples of any kind whether such items be sold or complimentary, plus any and all legal costs, compensation, disbursements and expenses should these be paid by the Organiser on the advice of Counsel to compromise or settle any such claims.

(3) Neither the Organiser, venue owner, shell scheme contractor nor any of their employees shall be responsible for the safety of any exhibit or property of any Exhibitor or any other person, or for the loss or damage of or destruction to the same by theft, fire or any other cause whatsoever, or for any and all loss or damage incurred or sustained by the Exhibitor by reason of any defect in the venue building or structure caused by fire, storm, tempest, lightning, national emergency, war, terrorism, labour dispute, strike or lock-out, civil disturbance, explosion, accident, force majeure, or any other cause not within the control of the Organiser, whether foreseeable or not, or for any consequential or financial loss or damage caused by reason of any such event happening or the building becomes wholly or partially unavailable for the Exhibition.

(4) The Organiser shall not be liable to the Exhibitor for: loss of profits including anticipated profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goods, loss of contract, lose of use, corruption of dataor information, or any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages or expenses.

(5) The Organiser’s total liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), misrepresentation, restitution or otherwise arising in connection with these Terms shall be limited to the fees paid by the Exhibitor to the Organiser under the Booking Form.


The Exhibitor is required to take out appropriate third party public liability insurance for a minimum of £1,000,000 with a reputable insurance company and to produce a copy of such insurance policy to the Organiser if so requested. The Exhibitor is also advised to insure against cancellation, abandonment, postponement, the full replacement value of the contents of their stand space, all associated ancillary equipment and materials, and all other contingencies.

These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.