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Build Up and Breakdown schedules

Build Up and Breakdown schedules

 

Please note that a strict high vis policy operates during the build up . Jackets are available at a cost from the LAMMA Office.

The showground is generally quiet on the weekend before the show and we would encourage exhibitors to set up then to avoid congestion, especially if there are large exhibits to be placed that would block the roadways e.g. with lorry cranes.

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THURSDAY NIGHT BREAKDOWN

For safety reasons Large  (Over 3.5 t)  vehicles are only allowed to exit on Thursday 19th pm breakdown in the following circumstances : 

  • There is good reason to remove the vehicle on Thursday pm e.g. ferry bookings, other shows, pre booked haulage etc.
  • They have pre –booked the movement with the LAMMA office giving the reason for movement and been issued a permit to exit.
  • There is no increased possibility of damage to the stand as a result of the movement.
  • The exit movement is marshalled by the LAMMA traffic control team in a controlled manner from stack points around the showground.

Please note there will be no contract forklift movements on Thursday 19, January PM

4.30 pm     Show Closed

6.00 pm     Heavy vehicles may be moved subject to a pre-booked permit to exit

7.00 pm     Vans and light vehicles permitted to enter and remove stand fittings and light equipment only

ALL INDOOR STANDS TO BE REMOVED BY 4PM FRIDAY 20 JANUARY

FORKLIFTS AVAILABLE FROM FRIDAY 20, JANUARY 7am

HIGH VIS TO BE WORN DURING BREAKDOWN

Download the schedules here

Use the document attached documents to identify the date that you can bring your machinery/ equipment to your stand:

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