Event Rules

  1. Safety First - Please do not cook in your tent - there are dedicated cooking areas available within the campsite for everyone to use.
  2. Campfires are strictly prohibited.
  3. All fire props and equipment may only be used in the designated fire performance area.
  4. Fire breathing is strictly prohibited.
  5. Passes must be worn and remain visible at all times. If you do not show a pass when requested, you will be removed from the convention areas.
  6. Alcohol purchases and consumption is restricted to those over 18 years old. In UK bars, shops and off licences we have a Challenge 25 policy, if you are lucky to look 25 or under you will be asked to provide proof of age identification.
  7. We have made an amendment to the Dog rule. You may bring your dog but you must have had approval from the main organiser, keep the dog on a lead at all times and you will not be permitted into any structure with your dog.
  8. Smoking is prohibited in all indoor and enclosed areas including buildings, halls and tents.
  9. Smoking and/or congregation near entrances and exits is also prohibited.
  10. Smoking is prohibited in the vicinity of the fire performance area.
  11. All under 16s must be accompanied to the event by a parent or authorised guardian.
  12. Children must be supervised at all times.
  13. No unauthorised trading is permitted on site.
  14. Remember during all shows to avoid flash photography and switch off mobile telephones.
  15. Do not film performances without prior permission of the performer in question.
  16. The possession of drugs is illegal in the UK and can result in imprisonment. Read more on the government website.
  17. Anyone caught in possession, taking or dealing drugs will be removed from the site and no refund issued.
  18. Be nice to each other! Adverse behaviour of very few persons can ruin a great EJC for many jugglers. In case of serious misconduct (e.g. persons caught stealing, traders violating the written contract etc), the organisers reserve the right to expel persons from EJC and pass on relevant data (e.g. description about the situation, personal data of the involved persons) to the EJA and/or organisers of future EJCs. This can result in being denied entry to future EJCs.
  19. See Exclusion Policy for more information.
  20. All persons on site are required to follow the directions of the team when instructed.
  21. Please also follow any instructions provided by stewards, they are there to ensure your safety.