Pontins holiday parks offer affordable UK family holidays in locations across the UK.
Merseyside's own Pontins - in Ainsdale - sits in the perfect location for a great trip.
Just a short distance from Southport, and a train journey from Liverpool, it's situated amid many days out, and things to do.
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Given the resorts are aimed at families, it makes sense there are strict rules in place to protect people's safety.
There are also guidelines as to who can stay at Pontins - and who can't.
Some behaviour, Pontins website warns, can even result in removal from the holiday park.
What you cannot do at Pontins
Who can and can't stay at Pontins?
Pontins says it "reserves the right to ask for information" about your party, for the "protection and enjoyment of all guests".
For example, Pontins says it does not knowingly allow anyone to use or visit its parks who is a convicted child sex offender.
Its website says: "If we believe that a holiday is unsuitable for any particular group, we will decline a booking at our sole discretion"
All guests aged 18 years old or over that are resident in the UK are required to appear on the Electoral Roll.
All guests that are over 18 years old and who are not a UK resident are required to provide evidence of their residential address (such as a Bank or Credit card statement no more than 3 months old) and an item of photographic identification such as a passport or driving licence.
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Pontins says bookings can be cancelled if you are unable to confirm this.
The holiday company also says it may decline bookings with a low adult ratio to the number of older teenagers, or where there is a high number of young adults.
This, it says, is at the discretion of the park's general manager.
Why you could be asked to leave the park
Pontins says contracts will be terminated if any guest commits any offensive or illegal act, or any form of anti-social behaviour - including excessive noise.
You may also be removed from the park if Pontins suspects you may fail to comply with these rules.
If anyone who is not on your booking is found in your accommodation, Pontins will terminate your contract.
In all of these scenarios, guests will be told to leave immediately - and no refunds will be given.
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