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1. ENTRIES

 

The completion of the entry form implies an express understanding that the exhibitor accepts these rules as binding and final, and any breach of the rules will render the exhibitor to be disqualified and to forfeit all entrance fees.

2. LAW

All exhibitors and exhibits must comply with the current Wildlife and
Countryside Act, 1981.

3. CAGES

All exhibits shall be staged in the minimum standard show cages the species, or larger. The Scottish No. 1 is NOT acceptable. The colour is recommended to be BROLAC GEORGIAN GREEN.

4.  FOOD

All exhibits must be provided with all necessary utensils fitted to enable stewards to clean and replenish, and an adequate supply of food for the duration of the show.

5.  BONA-FIDE

All exhibits to be the BONA-FIDE property of the exhibitor.

6.  ENTRY FEES

Must be sent with the entry form, which must be signed in the appropriate places. Entry fees will be forfeited if any exhibit does not arrive at the exhibition hall before the final time for judging.

7.  LOSS

The show promoters will not be responsible, under any circumstances, for the loss or damage sustained to the exhibits or exhibitors and their property, nor any consequential expenses for any cause whatsoever,
whether these be sustained either on the way to, during, at or returning  from the show.

8.  WRONG CLASS

The Judge whose decision is final, shall decide if any bird is wrong classed, or if any bird is ineligible due to the nationality of the species. He/She shall mark the cage accordingly, and any such exhibit is disqualified from all competition.

9.  DISHONEST

The Judge, whose decision is final, shall decide if any bird has drawn, stained or trimmed plumage, or is in any way dishonestly shown. He/She will mark the cage accordingly. Any such exhibit is automatically disqualified and will be removed from the exhibition hall forthwith.

10. UNTRAINED

The Judge, whose decision is final, shall decide if any bird is
insufficiently trained. He/She will mark the cage accordingly.
Any such exhibit is automatically disqualified and will be removed from the exhibition hall forthwith.

11.  SALE OF BIRDS

British Birds will be sold at the exhibition.

12.  RESIDENT STATUS

Where two exhibitors reside at the same address and both show British Birds, they must exhibit in the higher status of either one, the Exception being Junior exhibitors.

13.  PARTNERSHIPS

That Any two names on an entry form constitutes a partnership.

14.  NOVICE

An exhibitor can only exhibit in Novice classes for five years then automatically becomes a Champion.

15. JUVENILE

A Juvenile is an exhibitor between the ages of 6 and 17 who has not competed in any other section of an open show. Junior awards and specials will only be given to Birds within this class. A Juvenile may, if he/she wishes, be eligible to exhibit in a higher status, but can not revert back to Juvenile status.

16.  STATUS

Any exhibitor can only exhibit in one status. This rule also applies to Juveniles.

17. PROTESTS

Any exhibitor wishing to make a protest must make it in writing to the Show Secretary during the show and pay £ 5 deposit. The protest will then be considered by the Committee whose decision is final and binding. If the protest is sustained, the deposit of £5 will be refunded.

18.COMMITTEE

The exhibition promoters committee will deal with all matters arising out of the exhibition, whether provided for in the foregoing or not, and their decision is final and absolute.

19.  JUDGES

Judges are not allowed to exhibit at any show they are judging.

20.  VISITORS

The committee has the right to refuse entry to anyone to the
exhibition hall if they consider that their presence is likely to lead to a disturbance. Dogs will not be allowed in the exhibition hall under any circumstances. No photographic equipment is to be used in the exhibition hall unless Authorised by the Show Manager.

21.CONDITIONS

It is a condition of accepting an entry that any contravention of the criminal law, ab Inito, The contract with the organisers rendering them null and void . In the event of any entry being in breach of this condition the organisers, their servants and agents will contend that they are not and never have been in possession of the  entry in question and are not “showing” the entry in question. The exhibitor remains in possession of the entry at all times and “shows” the entry.

22.UNETHICAL

  An Exhibitor shall not offer or receive accommodation or hospitality to or from a Judge prior to completion of judging.

 
 

 

 

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