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Festival season brings with it many events that feature battle re-enactments. Whether it is in the form of archery, jousting, sword fights or gunfights – these displays entertain the British masses during the summer, and are guaranteed to draw a crowd. However, while the crowds are cooing, those re-enacting are likely to have a lot […]

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Festival season is well underway, and while there are the usual large music festivals such as Glastonbury and Latitude drawing crowds, smaller and quirkier events are also in full swing. On the more unusual side of events insurance we are seeing a rise in requests for insurance for Horse Logging at rural events. Woodsmen who […]

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The British festival season has started! With a few months of fair weather ahead events large and small will be taking place all over the country. If you are planning your own music event, make it a success by avoiding these common mistakes. Mistake 1: Not promoting “early bird” tickets via a mailing list. Releasing […]

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  Exhibition Insurance, a product often overlooked by a busy events organiser, until it is too late. All too often, organisers who purchase insurance do so after disaster has already struck. Some may think that because it is an indoor event that weather couldn’t cause cancellation, or that because the event has run like clockwork […]

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Should you need to make a claim on your public liability insurance, you will need to prove that you identified potential hazards and took all the right precautions to minimise risks before the event by producing a risk assessment. We share some tips on making sure you get it right. Reducing risk vs. removing risk […]

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Your to-do list may be longer than your arm, but there are a few essential aspects of holding an event you’d be foolish to ignore. Check out our must-do list, and make these your priority! Health and Safety One of the most important parts of planning an event is carrying out a risk assessment. A […]

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If you are planning on holding an event for fewer than 500 people that will carry out a licenced activity, you will need to consider putting in an application for a Temporary Events Notice (TEN). Activities that require a TEN Selling alcohol Serving alcohol Providing entertainment Serving hot food and beverages after 11pm Other restrictions […]

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