All electrical installations, temporary electrics and residual current devices must be tested by a competent person before an event.
To hold an event on our land you need to have apply for permission, have the correct insurance, any relevant licence and undertake a risk assessment.
Fireworks can be dangerous and it is illegal to set off fireworks after 11pm. Bonfires and the smoke from bonfires can be dangerous keep away from roads.
When managing a large public event make sure you take into account licences, safety, security, insurance, road closures, caterers, electrics and pollution.
Find out about risk assessment for an event, selecting a competent person, following the risk assessment guidance then using the risk assessment template.
Safety inspection checklist for events including site access, site condition, attractions and event provisions
Find out about street parties, street meets, road closures, catering, alcohol licences, catering, food safety and barbecues.
You need permission to erect signs to advertise a local non-profit making event, which you need to apply for 7 days in advance.
Small public events, less than 500 people, for less than 168 hours, may need a temporary event notice other things to consider are event safety and food safety.