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- All matches are played in adherence to the rules and regulations of the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
- Play cannot be guaranteed on any day.
- In the event of little or no play on any day, please refer to the conditions of sale on the Kent Cricket website (www.kentcricket.co.uk).
- All persons entering the ground shall have either paid for admission and have received an appropriate ticket or be in possession of a valid Membership pass or other pass issued by Kent Cricket or the ECB.
When capacity is limited, Members will be required to have their Membership card and admission ticket to gain entry.
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
- All persons must comply with instructions and directions given by Club Officials, Stewards and Police Officers.
- Kent Cricket reserves the right to refuse admission to any person, or eject any person from the ground.
- Kent Cricket may shut areas of the ground, stands and admission gates from time to time. There will be no re-admittance for T20 fixtures.
- Kent Cricket, in all its activities, is fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity in cricket in England and Wales and aims to ensure that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity. Kent Cricket will take whatever action is necessary to uphold these principles against anyone that acts to undermine them.
- Admission and the right to remain within the ground is strictly on condition that spectators shall not commit any of the following acts:
a) Failing to comply with directions given by a Steward, Police Officer or Kent Cricket Official.
b) Going onto the playing area during play or when requested not to do so.
c) Throwing or discharging missiles of any description. Hard balls are not allowed on the playing area.
d) Obstructing an access routes or emergency exit. Climbing on any building, wall or fence.
e) Defacing any notice on Kent Cricket premises, writing any graffiti or causing damage to Kent Cricket property.
f) Using indecent or offensive language. The making of racially abusive comments and/or actions will not be tolerated and will result in immediate ejection from the venue and possible further action.
g) Interfering with the enjoyment or safety of other spectators. Radios may only be used with ear pieces or headphones.
h) Bringing firearms or dangerous objects or weapons into the venue.
i) Bringing barbeques or gas cylinders into the venue.
j) Selling any items on the ground without the prior permission of Kent Cricket.
k) Smoking, Vaping or use of an Electronic Cigarette is not allowed in the stands, seats, club shop, bars, marquees or restaurants.
l) Dogs are the only pets allowed into the venue. However, they must be under the complete control of the owner. Owners must clean up after their dogs, and dogs must be kept on short leads. Dogs are not permitted in areas where unpackaged food is served. No dogs are allowed into T20 or International fixtures.
- All cars on Kent Cricket grounds are parked at the owner’s risk and parking cannot be guaranteed. Cars must adhere to 5mph speed restrictions at all times.
- Spectators do not have the right to choose where they park and windscreens must be covered at all times when sun reflection could interfere with play.
- Please check the Kent Cricket website and your ticket for policies relating to bringing alcohol into the grounds. On matches where alcohol is permitted, this is limited to four cans/bottles of beer/cider or one bottle of wine. No alcohol should be brought back into the ground by persons on re-admittance.
- Kent Cricket reserve the right to close bars at any time and restrict the consumption of alcohol.
- Any bags left unattended may be removed.
- Kent Cricket accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to property or injury to persons whilst on Kent County Cricket Club’s premises.
- Flags and banners are permitted into the venue, provided that, in the opinion of the management, they do not contain vulgar, political, racial, discriminatory symbols or messaging, or display advertising which may in any way impinge or be in conflict with the rights of partners/sponsors/suppliers, or deemed to be offensive, or impact the view of other spectators. The flag or banner must also have a valid fire safety certificate.
- Anti-Courtsider Provision:
Under no circumstances may any person at the ground use a mobile telephone, computer or other kind of communication device either (i) to communicate or in any way transmit any form of commentary, data or other material in relation to a cricket match taking place at the ground for any kind of improper betting or other corrupt or unlawful purpose; or (ii) to conduct betting activity in a public pitch-facing part of the ground in a way which, in Kent Cricket’s (or its appointed nominee’s) opinion, otherwise brings the other spectators or Kent Cricket into disrepute or which offends (or is likely to offend) other spectators.
Any person who is reasonably suspected by Kent Cricket or ECB official of acting in breach of the provision unconditionally accepts and agrees that they will co-operate with any enquiries made by Kent Cricket/ECB official. This includes providing their name and address, an explanation for their suspicious conduct and agreeing that they may photographed or filmed by the Kent Cricket or ECB official. Personal data collected will be processed in accordance with Data Protection Act 2018.
- Reserving seats for people not on the ground is not within the spirit of fair play and spectators are therefore asked to show consideration for others in not booking more than one seat for this purpose. Kent Cricket reserves the right to remove any items ‘reserving’ such seats.
- It is not permissible to add to the height of a seat on the ground by using any method which obstructs the view of those sat behind.
- Spectators are asked to wear a top at all times around the ground and in the stands.
- The spreading of ashes can only take place after agreement with Kent Cricket.
- The flying of drones above any part of the venue is prohibited without the specific authority from The Civil Aviation Authority and Kent Cricket.
- Musical instruments and other noise making devices will be confiscated where their continued use causes nuisance and annoyance to other spectators.
THE POLICE, STEWARDS AND CLUB OFFICIALS HAVE THE RIGHT TO SEARCH INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR CARS, AND MAY REFUSE ADMISSION OR EJECT FROM THE GROUND ANY PERSON CONTRAVENING ANY OF THE GROUND REGULATIONS.
Please note that the above conditions are subject to change at any time at the discretion of Kent Cricket and where Health and Safety legislation deems it to be necessary.
Issued by Simon Storey, Chief Executive