By entering the cricket ground, the ticketholder agrees to abide by all of the Ticket Terms & Conditions and Ground Regulations of Gloucestershire CCC, which amongst other matters prohibits the importation of knives, cans and admittance with alcohol may be restricted. A copy of the ground regulations can be obtained on request. In the event of an emergency it may be necessary to evacuate the ground. Please follow directions of the steward in your area. Please do not leave your bag unattended in any part of the ground. Should you require any help or assistance during your visit please contact the nearest steward. The use of threatening behaviour, foul or abusive language, indecent or racist chanting or comment will not be tolerated.
The ticket will admit to the non-members’ area only. To gain entrance to the members’ enclosure club members must show membership cards. At GCCC’s discretion visiting members may be allowed into the members’ enclosure.
Please be aware that under ground regulations GCCC has, for reason of spectator safety and comfort, reserved the right to impose a limitation on the amount of alcohol that can be brought into the ground on match days.
For International fixtures the importation of alcohol is completely banned by ICC Regulation. This year, the ban will also extend to our Vitality Blast matches, due to high attendances.
Smoking is not permitted in the Stands for International Matches and GCCC reserves the right to ban smoking in all seated areas during high attendance matches.
Please note that the use of any cameras, mobile phones, computers and other electronic equipment, for the recording, transmission or communication of match details, statistics, images etc, is not permitted other than with the proper accreditation.
Filming, photography and broadcasting takes place during events at the Grounds. All persons at the Grounds give their express consent to the use of their actual or simulated likeness and voice in connection with the production, exploitation and advertising of the event without compensation or credit, throughout the world.
Under no circumstances may any person at the ground use a mobile telephone or other kind of communication device 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.
Any person who is reasonably suspected by GCCC (or its appointed nominees), of acting in breach of this provision unconditionally accepts and agrees that he/she will cooperate with any enquiries made by GCCC (or its appointed nominees), including by providing his/her name and address, an explanation for his/her suspicious conduct, and/or agreeing that he/she may be photographed and/or filmed by GCCC (or its appointed nominees).
The person accepts that any such names, addresses, photographs and films may be shared between each of the ECB, all the other first class county clubs, relevant official cricket authorities and any relevant police and crime prevention authorities, for the purposes of any criminal investigations or proceedings, in connection with any investigation into a potential breach of domestic or international cricket anti-corruption rules and/or to enable the ECB and the other first class clubs to give reciprocal effect to any ban on entry which is subsequently imposed by GCCC. Personal data collected under this provision will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
Any person who is reasonably suspected to be in breach of this provision accepts that he/she may be immediately ejected from the ground (without any financial or other compensation) and prohibited from entering the ground and any other cricket ground under the control of either the ECB or any first class county club for life or such other period of time as GCCC deems appropriate in its sole and absolute discretion.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation.
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