If there is availability you will be placed on a stallholder list awaiting a deposit to secure your stall place at the event. This is a £20 deposit per event which is taken off the final payment. The final payment is due no later than two weeks before the event takes place. All of the information about the deposit, the final payment and where to send money is included in the invoice that will be sent out if your application is successful.
Before applying to take part in a Farplace Vegan Festival you must read and accept the terms and conditions below. Failure to comply could result in you being asked to leave without refund and in extreme cases a ban from all Farplace events.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com before applying so that we can answer any queries you have. Our event information booklet can be viewed here; https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DrhzSjyGEty0fJ5ybdwM85A_9iO_sfIq3CK8TgECJmE/edit?usp=sharing
Terms and conditions
All stalls must sell and promote vegan products only. We ask you to try to avoid palm oil in products where alternatives are available. (No meat, dairy, eggs, beeswax, leather, shells, honey, wool, feathers, silk etc.)
All stalls are subject to organiser acceptance and must satisfy our ethical criteria. Non-vegan businesses are welcome provided they only sell and promote vegan products and services on the day. Any non-vegan products reported must be removed from sale immediately. Promotion of non-vegan food or animal cruelty of any kind will result in offenders being asked to leave. Products must not have been tested on animals.
No Nestle or Coca Cola products can be sold due to our ethical policy.
A £20 deposit is necessary to book a stall and all stalls must be paid for in advance. No refunds are available for cancellations two weeks prior to the event.
No plastic will be allowed at the festival (That is plastic bags, cups, plates, etc. Unavoidable plastic like packaging on products is allowed where an alternative is not possible). Please look for vegware online for plastic alternatives.
Food stalls will have to have hygiene certificates and adequate insurance in place. All electrical items will need to have been safety tested. We advise all stalls to get public liability ‘events insurance’.
All potential stallholders should fill in the “Stall description” as well as possible, we always try to limit the amount of each type of stall at our festivals so that stallholders will not lose out due to too much competition. Any potential stallholders needing electric who do not accurately fill out the electrical equipment needed section will not be granted any spaces as this information is needed to provide the venue ahead of time to plan electric distribution.