NOR-CON’s frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)
Saturday 28th September 2019 – 09:30 – 17:00
Sunday 29th September 2019 – 09:30 – 16:00
There is lots to see at NOR-CON 8, from exhibits and displays to vehicles and costumes and cosplay.
Please be aware though that even though you may meet a Disney Princess or Iron Man, some of the costumers and cosplayers that attend may have costumes that are a little intimidating or scary to younger children or people of a sensitive nature. There is plenty of room though to move away.
PLEASE ensure you bring enough money with you for your visit.
We understand that some people with a disability may require a carer to attend. Therefore we allow registered carers free entry when accompanying a disabled person. Please email us for a link to our carer pass application page.
Eligibility to apply for a Carer Pass is set out below; receipt of any other disability or age-related benefits, pass or permit which is not specified in the eligibility criteria cannot be accepted when applying for carer pass.
Disability Living Allowance (DLA)High rate care.
Attendance Allowance (AA).
Blind Persons Registration.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP); Enhanced Care.
Armed Forces Independence Payment.
We will also do our very best to make sure that disabled people are escorted to the front of any queues or have priority seating for stage talks etc but please be aware that this is not always possible.
As we are exceptionally busy setting up the show in the week leading up to NOR-CON 2019, the applications for carer passes will cease on Friday 20th September 2019. No applications for carer passes will be accepted after this date.
To avoid the carer pass system being abused, all carer discount codes will be flagged on entry and you may be requested to supply appropriate identification and documentation.
All children under the age of 14 should be accompanied by an adult – in this circumstance, as an adult must be present, there will be no necessity for a carer pass to be issued.
We will not allow any food or drinks to be brought into the venue..
Costumers are reminded that this is a family friendly event so should dress and behave appropriately.
Please be aware that even though you may see various fun cosplayer costumes such as MARVEL, DC, DISNEY and similar costumes, “some” cosplay costumes may be a little intimidating for younger children and people of a nervous disposition and we ask that appropriate adult, carer discretion/supervision is advised.
Please respect their decision. NOR-CON Events Limited are not responsible for any photographs taken at the event by third parties and where they are used or published.
The organisers reserve the right to refuse admission at any point.