Dub Aid Rules and Regulations

Our Aim

It is our intention that everyone visiting Dub Aid enjoys the show and its facilities. For this reason, we’ve outlined a few rules and regulations that will ensure the safety and well being of everyone attending.


  • Everyone attending the show is expected to be law-abiding and to have read and understood the Dub Aid Rules & Regulations
  • The Dub Aid team expects everyone to have respect, consideration and courtesy at all times for others whilst attending the showground.
  • Noise should be kept to a reasonable level during the day and a very low level at night. From midnight to 9am every night we enforce a quiet policy throughout the showground
  • Anti-social behavior will not be tolerated
  • Anyone found defacing or causing damage to any buildings, equipment or property whilst on the showground faces immediate eviction and prosecution
  • Dub Aid reserves the right to refuse entry or to terminate the stay of any person whose conduct is detrimental to the well-being or comfort of other showground visitors

Tickets Terms and Conditions

  • By purchasing a ticket and attending the show you are agreeing to be bound by our terms and conditions and to follow our rules and regulations at all times. Particular attention should be taken to the information relating to personal safety especially if you’re intending on joining events held by Dub Aid during the show e.g cruises.
  • Gates open 12pm Friday 18th March, 2016, no entry for general visitors will be allowed prior to this time.
  • Gates close 4pm Sunday 20th March, 2016, all general visitors must have left the showground by this time.
  • Show and shine entry is free to weekend ticket holders
  • Show and shine entry for day visitors is charged at £5 per vehicle on top of the standard day visitor’s entry fee (payable at show and shine entry point).


  • It is the responsibility of everyone camping at Dub Aid to keep their pitches tidy and dispose of rubbish sensibly using the bags provided and the bins conveniently located around the showground
  • Respect other campers when choosing your campsite and don’t short cut through other campers sites whilst camping
  • When using campsite facilities be thoughtful to other users, leave bathrooms clean and make the staff aware of any issues.
  • Children and adults should play games away from tents & caravans this applies especially to ball games & throwing frisbees etc


  • Dogs are welcome at Dub Aid but must not be allowed to cause a nuisance
  • Dogs must not be allowed to foul the showground and owners must clean up after their dogs
  • No more than two dogs allowed per camping unit
  • You must keep your dog on a lead at all times when on the showground
  • All dogs must be exercised in the specially designated areas
  • Under no circumstances must dogs be left alone in vehicles
  • If your dogs cause a persistent nuisance to other campers or showground visitors the Dub Aid team reserves the right to insist the dog is removed from the showground

Fires & barbecues

  • Fires are NOT allowed under any circumstances
  • Barbecues are permitted but must be raised far enough off the ground to prevent scorching of the grass!
  • Only proper barbecue charcoal should be used
  • Barbecues must not be left unattended at any time and must be extinguished after use
  • Anyone in possession of fireworks will be removed from showground and banned from future events
  • NO Chinese lanterns – not only are they dangerous, they are so 2003.


  • Attendees may bring their own alcohol to the event, but glass bottles are not allowed
  • There will be alcohol for sale in the entertainment tent. It should be common sense, but nonetheless we need to stress that you are not allowed to bring your own alcohol into the entertainment area.


  • Litter bags are provided on entry, please use them
  • Please leave all rubbish near one of the showground bins to help us keep the showground clean and tidy. Rubbish is collected throughout the weekend regularly by showground staff

In Car Entertainment (ICE) & Generators

  • Music, radios etc must not present a nuisance to others and must be turned off at 10pm
  • Small generators are permitted but can only be run between 2pm and 9pm on Friday and 8.45am till 9pm on Saturday and Sunday
  • Generators must not be left running un-attended
  • No industrial generators are allowed on site


  • Parents/guardians are responsible for the supervision, conduct and behavior of their children at all times
  • In the interest of safety, children are not allowed to ride bicycles, skateboards, roller skates/blades, heelies or other similar items in front of or inside of the showground buildings
  • Parents are responsible for the safety of their children at all times
  • During the evening children of impressionable ages should be accompanied by an adult at all times

Vehicle Movement

  • The speed limit on site is 5mph
  • Motorised vehicle movement is not permitted unless they are leaving or returning to the showground, on official DubAid business or require access to a specified event on the showground
  • A total ban exists on all vehicle movement between midnight & 8am (except for emergency or official Dub Aid vehicles)
  • No cruising or driving in a manner, which is either, dangerous or a nuisance to others
  • Anyone in the opinion of the Dub Aid team or appointed officials is seen riding or driving in a manner which may cause injury or nuisance to others will be asked to leave the showground
  • All vehicles must be taxed, hold a valid mot and insurance
  • All drivers must hold a current driving license. No learner drivers
  • All vehicles should use the proper roadways and vehicles should not be left to obstruct these roadways
  • Emergency vehicle routes should be kept clear of cars at all times


  • For security purposes the showground gates are locked between midnight and 8am
  • Security officials will be in attendance throughout the weekend but please ensure all your valuables are locked away
  • Anyone causing a nuisance or breaching the Dub Aid Rules & Regulations can be refused entry and/or evicted from the showground
  • Night security is located at the ticket office building towards the entrance gate
  • Dub Aid accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen items or damage to personal belongings and vehicles whilst attending the event


  • Fireworks are banned!
  • Anyone in possession of fireworks will be removed from showground and banned from future events

All information can change without prior notice. For latest information regarding the show please visit dubaid.co.uk/news/