Welcome to the Museum of Power.
To ensure our events run smoothly and safely you must comply with the following:
TERMS & CONDITIONS
- Owners of stationary engines must have at least £5million Public Liability Insurance cover
- Owners of steam engines of any form must have at least £5million Public Liability Insurance cover and a current boiler Certificate
- Copies of current insurance must be sent to the Museum of Power events team, along with the booking form.
- Applications must be received at least 4 weeks prior to event date
- Some of the museum events are themed or limited in space therefore the museum reserves the right to accept stalls and exhibits at its discretion
- The directions and instructions of museum representatives must be obeyed at all times.
- Gates to exhibitors and traders will be normally open at 7:30am and stallholders should be fully set up by no later than 9:30am with all vehicles parked in the designated area/s
- Stallholders and exhibitors arriving after 9:30am may be refused entry via the main access point onto site and redirected to the public car park
- To ensure public safety traders and exhibitors are required to remain on site until the end of the show. In exceptional circumstances a marshal must be sought to escort you safely off site
- To ensure public safety vehicles in the museum courtyard must not cross the miniature railway tracks between 10am and 4:30pm unless escorted by a museum marshal
- Where a stallholder exceeds the agreed pitch area an additional pitch fee will be charged
- Exhibitors must display their passes on their vehicles. In the case of club bookings the lead vehicle should display the pass. Clubs should try to arrive together
- Exhibitor passes are valid for the driver and one passenger. All accompanying children under 16 are admitted free. Additional adults may be subject to an entry charge
- All vehicles are restricted to 5mph whilst on site
- Food and refreshment vendors must be able to provide documentary evidence of a valid food hygiene certificate
- All electrical items must have a valid Portable Appliance Tested (PAT) certificate before being plugged into the museum's utility supply
- Exhibitors and visitors must stay within the designated areas and not trespass onto adjacent Essex & Suffolk Water property or farmland
- Children must be supervised at all times. The river is deep and dangerous and barriers around machinery are there for their protection
- Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and any mess cleared up properly; dog owners must use designated bins for disposal of waste
- Litter must be bagged and placed in the bins provided. No rubbish or waste is to be thrown in the river
- Running machinery must be protected by a barrier and not left unattended
- Persons are admitted to the museum and its grounds at their own risk. The museum and staff will make every effort to ensure public safety and security but will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or injury however so caused
- Overnight camping for stallholders and exhibitors may be available at a small cost, please contact the museum for further information
Thank you for your co-operation and participation, which raises funds for the Museum of Power - a registered charity.
Entry to the museum is free during the show and we invite you to take the opportunity to visit.