For anyone planning on going to see Craig David or Wet Wet Wet at the Rochester Castle Concerts it might be best to know there are certain rules about what you can and can't take on site.

From BBQs to glass bottles, gazebos, chinese lanterns and camera equipment - there are many things you will need to leave at home.

Here's a list of everything else that is banned at the Rochester Castle Concerts:

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No dogs or pets are allowed in the castle grounds, except guide dogs.

Organisers have asked those attending to be aware that they may use loud pyrotechnic explosions/displays during the concert.

BBQs, candles, fires, oil filled lamps or garden flares are not permitted in the grounds.

Chinese floating lanterns are also banned.

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Reasonably sized collapsible chairs will be allowed into the castle gardens.

A limited number of chairs are available on a first come, first served basis.

Tables will not be permitted, with the exception of The Proms on Saturday, but these should be of a reasonable size and collapsible.

Glass is strictly prohibited from the castle grounds, with the exception of Saturday at The Proms.

However, cans and plastics are permitted.

Gazebos, umbrellas or any structure that might disrupt the view of others will not be permitted.

In case of rain during the concerts, organisers have asked people to remember to bring their raincoat/plastic poncho to keep dry - as umbrellas restrict audience members' view of the stage.

For anyone who doesn't have a rain coat, plastic ponchos will be on sale at the Castle Concerts' shop.

However organisers have advised that selfie sticks and flagpoles will be allowed on the grounds.

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The use of all photographic, visual and audio recording equipment is prohibited within the venue.

Reasonable quantities of alcohol for personal consumption will be allowed into the venue at the sole discretion of the venue management.

Anything deemed as excessive will not be permitted into the venue.

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