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Do private events needs bouncers legally?

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MOSagain Fri 23-Nov-12 12:30:25

I've had this recently trying to organise a charity function in a local council communicty hall. They said I had to have 'security' as it was a ticketed event and the security had to be by a regulated company which would have cost a considerable amount of money so I'm using the local school hall instead.

Collaborate Wed 21-Nov-12 21:09:17

Maybe it's a term of their license.

FudgeyCookie Wed 21-Nov-12 20:09:03

My auntie organised a suprise 40th birthday for my uncle at a local motel. They told her that legally she now has to have bouncers for the party to take place, I guess in case anything kicks off. The party was on saturday, and when we got there, there were no bouncers outside. When asked about it, my aunt was told that the 2 bar men were the bouncers.

So, by law did she have to have bouncers present?

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