Lytham Festival 2018

Lytham Festival 2019: These are all the items banned from this year's event

The countdown is well underway for the start of this year's Lytham Festival.

In only a matter of days Lytham will welcome a host of global stars and an expected crowd of 75,000 people on The Green for five nights of world class entertainment to mark a 10 year milestone for the Lytham Festival. Here's some helpful advice of what you can't take to the event.

Don't be fooled by the name, a blanket ban on so-called legal highs came into force in the UK in 2016.

5. Legal highs

Don't be fooled by the name, a blanket ban on so-called legal highs came into force in the UK in 2016.
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In recent years nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas or nitrous has been popular as a recreational drug, however, it is illegal.

6. Nitrous oxide

In recent years nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas or nitrous has been popular as a recreational drug, however, it is illegal.
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However innocent your intentions might be, if an item you are carrying can be used as a dangerous weapon we'd suggest leaving it at home.

7. Any items which may be used as a weapon

However innocent your intentions might be, if an item you are carrying can be used as a dangerous weapon we'd suggest leaving it at home.
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Fingers crossed the weather stays fine, but if not, don't bother bringing your brolly. A sea of umbrellas probably won't make for the best viewing experience. So get wet and enjoy!

8. Umbrellas

Fingers crossed the weather stays fine, but if not, don't bother bringing your brolly. A sea of umbrellas probably won't make for the best viewing experience. So get wet and enjoy!
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