What does it cost? Pitches range in price from TBC for a single pitch selling cold food, e.g. cakes and light snacks, to £150 for a single hot food stall and £250 for a double width hot food stall.
Who is allowed to sell at the festival? We welcome small independent traders and prioritise local businesses. We try to ensure that we have a mix of different cuisines in order to cater for everyone and to avoid unneccesary competition.
Am I guaranteed a space if I apply? No. If your application is approved, you will be asked for payment. Once this has been received, your space is reserved.
What’s included with my stall? A standard pitch measures 3m wide x 6m deep, to give working space behind your stall. You will be provided with a 2m x 1m table.
*Please note: There is no power available and a very limited number of pitches available which can accommodate vans with generators.*
What happens if it rains? We recommend that you bring a gazebo, or something to cover your goods in the event of it raining. The event will go ahead, come rain or shine, unless the field is so waterlogged that it poses a risk to public safety.
What can’t I sell? You may not sell alcohol or any prohibited substances.
What do I need to provide? You must have a current food hygiene certificate for everyone working on your stall and up-to-date Public Liability Insurance. If you are using gas appliances, you must have a working fire extinguisher.
What time can I arrive? Gates open at 9am for setting up. There is a 30 minute window before general stallholders are also allowed access, so we recommend arriving early. Doors open to the public at 12pm.
Can I come by car? Yes. Car parking can be arranged for food stallholders only, by prior arrangement.
What time does it finish? The festival finishes at 6pm. Traders are not permitted to pack up and leave before the end of the festival. Once the festival ends, we will ensure that traders are able to leave in a timely fashion.
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