It is against the law:
- To sell alcohol to someone under 18.
- To knowingly sell alcohol to someone who is drunk.
- To knowingly buy/get, or try to buy/get, alcohol for a drunken person on a licensed premises.
- For an adult to buy or attempt to buy alcohol on behalf of someone under 18.
- For someone under 18 to buy alcohol, attempt to buy alcohol or to be sold alcohol.
The organisers reserve the right to:
- Refuse the sale of alcohol to an adult if they’re accompanied by a child and think the alcohol is being bought for the child.
The Police have the power to:
- Confiscate alcohol from someone, no matter what their age, if they believe it has been, or will be drunk by, someone under 18 in a public place.
The organisers may ask you to prove your age by showing one of the following:
- A photo driving licence.
- A passport.
- A proof of age card, such as the PASS card from the national Proof of Age Standards Scheme.