The market will be open to the public 12.30am-4.00pm.
We are looking for stall holders for both inside and outdoor pitches
Tables & space – Tables provided by the venue
Outdoor Stalls -Each stall will be allocated a 3m x 3m Space, you’ll need to supply your own table & gazebo. The outdoor part of our market will be on hard standing in the lit car park
Early booking is advisable as spaces are being taken very quickly.
Outdoor pitches are £20
Indoor pitches are £25
If you would like an application form please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Why not join us for what we hope will be our best fair yet!
Hi Denise, As I mentioned earlier we had a very good day, great Christmas atmosphere, it was very busy with people coming through the doors right up to the end. Just an idea, some Christmas fayres I have had a stall at have invited local school choir or band to play, this brings in their parents and families to see them perform, although to be honest I don’t know where you would put them. Hope to see you next year Hi Denise I think you did an excellent job it was well organised and lovely with the music. I thought it was quite quiet and didn't make my stall money back which is disappointing but enjoyed the day. Perhaps reduce the stall fee may entice stall holders to reboot? Hi Denise. We did really well. Customers kept coming in right up to the end of the fair, which is quite unusual. Would definitely have a stall with you again. Thank you x We really enjoyed the Christmas fair and everyone was really friendly. Regards Sue Slinn Hi Denise Had a really enjoyable day last Sunday, and plenty of time for setting up which was a bonus. It proved to be a profitable event for me and I would love to be involved again next year, if that is possible. There were plenty of refreshments to keep us going and the only downside was the through drought from the open doors, which was soon rectified, so thank you for that. All in all I would like to say it was a good event with plenty of customers and a good selection of stalls. Kind regards Julie Pilkington