Thank you for your interest in participating in The Yorkshire Pudding Festival . Before you proceed to purchase tickets, we strongly recommend you to go through the following terms and conditions:
In this section, words like ‘holder’, ‘bearer’, and ‘purchaser’ will refer to you – the person who will buy the tickets to The Yorkshire Pudding Festival. On the other hand, ‘our’, ‘us’, ‘we’, ‘issuer’, ‘provider’ and similar terms will indicate the organisers of The Yorkshire Pudding Festival – Ink Events.
Please note that Ink Events reserves the right to make changes, revisions, and amendments, or add/remove sections from this set of terms and conditions – without any prior notifications to you. Such changes will be duly reflected on the website of the organiser www.yorkshirepuddingfestival.co.uk. These changes will relate back to the date of purchase of The Yorkshire Pudding Festival tickets.
The price of tickets for The Yorkshire Pudding Festival are as set out below. These figures are non-negotiable.
*Kids under 5 get in for free.
COVID 19 REFUND CLAUSE:
By applying for an Exhibitor space at this event, you are agreeing to be bound by these terms and the conditions. These will form a legally binding contract so please do take the time to read them and make sure you understand them.
This exhibition of goods, food or drink at the Yorkshire Pudding Festival at CitiPark Leeds Dock for two event days on the 1st & 2nd October 2022 agreement (“this agreement'') dated 23 March 2022.
Ink Events whose office is at Suite 1, 6 Burley Wood View, Leeds, LS4 2ST, (hereinafter referred to as Ink Events). OF THE FIRST PART
XXXXX, (‘The Exhibitor’) OF THE SECOND PART
It is agreed as follows:
In this agreement, unless the context otherwise requires, the following words and expressions shall have the following meanings.
Agreed Purpose: means the sale / marketing of the Exhibitors goods, services / products within the allocated space.
Allocated Space: means the space at the venue, as described in schedule 1. The space number is the operational plan number and Ink Events have the sole right to place the Exhibitor where they see fit at any time.
Owner: means the owner of the venue and their representative(s).
Payment Date: means the date on which the fee for the allocated space will be expected by bank transfer.
Payment Charge: means the rental charge as defined in Schedule 1 to this agreement, and in respect of the allotted space.
Event: means the YPF to be held at the venue on the event dates.
Event Dates: means Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd October 2022.
VAT: means value added tax or any other tax of a similar nature unless otherwise expressly stated all references to exhibitor fees or other sums payable by the Exhibitor are inclusive of VAT.
Venue: means Floor 6, CitiPark, Leeds Dock, Leeds, LS10 1LE.
Trading Hours: Saturday 10am – 9pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm.
In this agreement:
3. EXHIBITOR UNDERTAKINGS
The Exhibitor hereby agrees and undertakes as follows:
4. HEALTH AND SAFETY RELATED MATTERS
Ink Events shall not be responsible for:
Breach(es) of any of these Terms:
9. FORCE MAJEURE
11. SPACE ALLOCATION
14. GOVERNING LAW & JURISDICTION
17. NO AGENCY OR PARTNERSHIP
18. EXHIBITOR APPLICATION
19. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
SCHEDULE 1 – ‘Going Green’ Policy 2022
Along with festivals from across the UK, the Yorkshire Pudding Festival (Ink Events) are taking steps to mitigate our effect on the environment. Our goal is to be as sustainable as we possibly can, whilst still making our event the best event focused on Yorkshire Puddings.
We have a long-term plan to achieve our ‘Going Green’ Policy but for our 2022 festival we are introducing the following guidelines:
4. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
6. DATA CONTACT
7. DATA CONTROLLER
We pride ourselves on giving excellent customer service, helping everyone create incredible experiences together.
We really do care and strive to offer the best experience at our festival. We might not always get it right, but we definitely try hard to listen and act upon all feedback.
So, if you need any help and you can’t find the answers on our website, please give us a call or send us a WhatsApp on 07746987458. We are available Monday to Friday from 9.30am until 4pm.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
UPDATED 08.07.2021 for Covid-19 related questions
Q. What is the date of our 2021 festival?
A. The Yorkshire Pudding Festival 2022 will take place on the 1st and 2nd October 2022.
Q. I have requested a refund, when will I receive the funds?
A. In line with our ticket terms and conditions, we do not give refunds on our tickets. For the full terms and conditions around this please see our T&Cs HERE.
Q. Why do I not get the booking fee refunded?
A. If a refund has been issued the bookings fee is paid to the ticketing company and not ourselves, therefore we have no say in this being held by the ticketing company.
Q. What are the Opening Times?
A. The Festival Arena is open from 10am until 9pm, on Saturday 1st October 2022 and 10am until 5pm on Sunday 2nd October 2022.
Q. What time is last entry to the festival?
A. The latest entrance admission at the main gates is 8pm on Saturday 1st Ocotber and 4pm on Sunday 2nd October. Please be aware that we do not reduce the entrance ticket prices at any point during the day. The same fee applies regardless of what time you arrive.
Q. What does the Ticket Price Include?
A. Ticket prices include entry to the entire festival site. Tickets will be shown upon arrival to the site and will be scanned upon entry to the festival arena. If you have any specific queries, please contact our team.
Q. Why is there a booking fee?
A. Running a ticket agency costs money – the costs of premises, IT, staff, communication, etc, have to be covered – and, in addition, agents provide a service to their customers which has value. Ticket agents are also commercial enterprises, which often have the interests of shareholders to consider. A fee, often calculated as a percentage of the price of each ticket, is therefore added by agents on top of a ticket’s face value to cover both their costs of sale and as a charge for the service provided.
Q. I can’t find my tickets / they have not been emailed to me?
A. If you do not receive an email with your tickets following your purchase please check your SPAM mailbox as some service providers send unknown emails automatically to this folder. If you still can’t find them please go onto the ticket purchase help section, link provided: https://designmynight.helpscoutdocs.com/article/81-where-are-my-tickets
Q. Can Tickets be purchased on the Days of the Festival?
A. Tickets sell fast and due to capacity restrictions at the Venue we only have a limited number. If we have any tickets remaining these will be available on the gates at an increased rate, usually £5 more than they are online in advance. Please note the prices change online too on these days but you can still buy Standard Entrance tickets online up until and including the weekend of the festival. Tickets will go off sale at 4pm Sunday 2nd October 2022. If by any chance they are still on sale after this time and you purchase one, no refund will be issued in line with our T&Cs.
Q. Are Children free?
A. Children aged 5 or under are free to enter the Festival with an Adult who has purchased a Standard Entrance Ticket. For Health & Safety reasons we require a ratio of one adult to four (4) children 7 years old or under. We take health and safety very seriously and we will be prepared with things like UK safety signage to ensure you have a fun and safe day out.
Q. Is Camping, Campervans & Caravanning available?
A. No, sadly with our change of venue this year we are not able to offer camping of any sorts. It is a city centre venue that is a multi story car park.
Q. Can I get a refund?
A. Refunds are not available nor do we permit the reselling of tickets. Please see our Ticket Terms & Conditions on our Tickets Page for more information.
Q. Can dogs attend the Festival?
A. Of course! We just ask that they are kept on a short lead and waste bins will be available for your use.
Q. Can I get Cash at the Festival?
A. No, there will be no cashback at the event from either the Festival organisers or any of our vendors, including the bars. The nearest cash machine is outside Tesco on the ground floor.. (We cannot guarantee this machine will be working. So please bring enough cash with you on the day.) Card payments throughout would be appreciated.
Q. Is there a Token System?
A. No, all products on site can be purchased with cash or cards, if the Vendor takes them.
Q. Is there a Picnic Area?
A. Yes! Just in front of the stage! There will also be several other seating areas around the Festival Arena, these are clearly marked on the map on our website. Please note that only food and drink purchased at the Festival may be consumed in the Festival Arena.
Q. Is there Disabled Access?
A. Our Festival site is a concrete multi story car park, with lifts up to the 6th Floor (where we are situated), meaning all our festival is fully accessible. There are dedicated Disabled Toilets.
Q. Is there Food for Vegetarians, Vegans or Gluten Free?
A. Yes, several of our Vendors offer a range of Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free Food. This is highlighted on our social media, website and on our event guide on the day.
Q. Can I attend the Festival if I have a Food Allergy?
A. All our Vendors make every attempt to identify ingredients that may cause the most common allergic reactions, however, there is always a risk of cross contamination and those with allergies should be aware of this. Please check with a Vendor and they will be able to advise.
Q. What are the Ticket Terms & Conditions?
A. For our FULL terms and conditions please see our Ticket Terms & Conditions on our Tickets Page here.
All tickets for The Yorkshire Pudding Festival include entrance to the event for either one or both of the event days as stated on your ticket.
The content of the event advertised on this website and our social media platforms may be subject to change. Any changes will be notified as soon as possible and any information on the website amended. Historic Digital Media posts will not be amended.
WHERE CAN I STAY
If you don’t fancy sleeping under the stars within our camping field – don’t worry!
A few places nearby may be available. But you’ll have to check their availability yourself.
HOW TO GET TO OUR FESTIVAL
Our Festival Site is located at the beautiful Camp Hill Estate, located just outside of Kirklington near Bedale. There will be lots of signs from the A1 and our lovely Traffic Management Team will guide you into the site. The post code for Sat Nav DL8 2LS, but it’s best to type out Camp Hill Estate. Minutes off the A1, Camp Hill is in an easily accessible location, perfectly placed in the centre of the UK between London and Edinburgh.
We recommend that you plan your journey in advance and ensure you allow sufficient time to get to the venue.
5 minutes from the A1M between junction 50 and 51. Exits and Entrance – North/South/East & West. Situated within 1 hour drive of Newcastle/Leeds/York/Doncaster
Northallerton, Thirsk and Darlington all connected on the mainline between London and Edinburgh.
40 Minutes – 1.15 hour drive from International Airports Leeds Bradford, Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle.
Where can I park…
We have plenty of Car Parking at the venue, which is signposted from the A1 in both directions. Car parking for the whole weekend is FREE. The car park is accessed via a hard standing road.