Application for Clubs

Please fill in your details below and select the event you are applying to display your club stands at.

  • One application must be made per stand, per event.
  • One vehicle pass and two weekend passes will be issued maximum per vehicle entered.
  • All applications must be made at least 8 weeks prior to the start of each event.
  • We will assess your requirements and a member of the Events Team will be in touch.

    Event

    Club Details

    Club Stand Details

    Risk Assessment

    Using the guidelines shown below please consider what a risk there are during the show. Outline the steps you propose to take to minimise that risk in the table below. If in your opinion there is no risk please state 'NO RISK' and submit the form.
    NB: Please see guidance notes below this form.

    Fire Assessment


    NoYes


    NB: No Liquid gas cylinders are allowed within display halls.

    Camping Assessment

    NB: Camping not available at all shows and is strictly limited by space. Please see your show pack for details on when you may arrive on site and when you must vacate the showground.


    NoYes


    TentCaravanCampervanOther



    NoYes


    NoYes

    Application/Risk Assesment Notes


    Legal Infomation

    Submitting this form does not guarantee you a stand at the event.
    Mortons Media Group Ltd reserves the right to reject any application without the need for verbal/written explanation.

    By submitting this form you agree that all the information is correct to the best of your knowledge and that you are authorised to make this application on behalf of the above club.


    NoYes

    If you require assistance with filling in this form or have any further questions please contact the events team at exhibitions@mortons.co.uk or 01507 529430.

    RISK ASSESSMENT NOTES FOR GUIDANCE

    HAZARD WHO MIGHT BE HARMED IS MORE CONTROL NEEDED TO CONTROL THE RISK
    Look for hazards that you could reasonably expect to result in significant harm under the conditions at your plot. Use the following examples as a guide. There is no need to list individuals by name – just think about groups of people doing similar work or who may be affected e.g For hazards the hazards listed, do the precautions already taken
    Slipping/tripping hazards
    Chemicals (e.g battery acid)
    Moving parts of machinery (e.g blades)
    Work at height (e.g from mezzanine floors)
    Pressure systems
    Vehicles (e.g fork-lift trucks)
    Electricity
    Dust (e.g from grinding)
    Manual handling
    Noise
    Lifting operation
    Maintenance personnel
    Contractors
    People sharing your workplace
    Operators
    Cleaners
    Members of the public
    Pay particular attention to:
    Staff with disabilities
    Visitors
    Inexperienced staff
    Lone workers – They may be more vulnerable
    Meet the standards set by legal requirements?
    Comply with recognised industry standards?
    Represent good practice?
    Reduce risk as far as reasonably practicable?
    To ensure safety have you:
    Adequate information, instruction or training?
    Adequate systems or procedures?
    If so, then the risks are adequately controlled, but you need to indicate the precautions you have in place.
    Where the risk is not adequately controlled indicate what more you need to do (the ‘action list’)
    Fire Hazard e.g combustible materials (rubbish, flammable substances, LPG etc) and ignition sources (flames, smoking etc) As above Means of escape: fire detection and alarms. Fire fighting equipment and fire evacuation plan.

    Mortons Events

    Mortons Media Group Ltd. owns and operates around 30 shows and events across the UK catering for a range of enthusiast audiences. From classic bike shows, classic car shows to Autojumbles, off-road motorcycles to motorhome and caravans; we entertain over a million people every year.