Organising a River Cam Event
**COVID-19 RELATED INFORMATION**
Due to the impact of the current social distancing restrictions on events held on the river which has caused a number of events to be cancelled, the Conservators have agreed to refund organisations any fees which they may have already paid with respect to any event which has had to be cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Applications for refunds should be made to , a form will be sent to you for completion.
If you wish to hold an event on the river or towpath - such as a race, festival, charity event or so on - you will need permission from us to do this. Please see below for the link to the Event Fee Form which provides us with essential information and must be completed no later than 6 weeks prior to the event taking place.
The Fees for 2020/21 Events are as follows:
Up to 100 participants - £28.00 per day
101 to 200 participants - £62.00 per day
201 to 300 participants - £111.00 per day
301 to 400 participants - £177.00 per day
401 to 600 participants - £242.000 per day
601 to 800 participants - £332.00 per day
801 + participants - £441.00 per day
Health and Safety:
It is essential that all events however large or small have a robust risk assessment which we may request. Please ensure that when planning the event you request permission for any vehicular access for toilets, equipment and other items. You will need adequate insurance and Risk Assessments with regards to the use of a vehicle on the tow path. This is a pedestrian and cycle way and we are conscious of the Health and Safety risks there are when using vehicles on it. Should any damage occur to the land due to the use of vehicles the cost will be passed on to the organiser.
We have an increasing population of the endangered Water Vole, which is regularly monitored by an ecologist. We also have a population of swans which at certain times of the year nest along the Cam and are often seen with cygnets. It is prohibited to disturb their habitat and cause any harm to come to birds and wildlife and we would ask event organisers to take this into consideration when using the river, accessing the banks and using the towpath.
Please remember - all wild birds and animals are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. We expect there to be adequate provision in all risk assessments for wildlife/bird protection.
Please complete our Event form.
Fees should be paid no later than 6 weeks in advance.
Please refer to our Event Terms and Conditions.