Apply for a Stall

There are five mar­ket­place hubs at the West Nor­wood Feast, each with its own focus.

If you’re inter­ested in hav­ing a stall, please fill out the form below. This will be for­war­ded to the volun­teer Hub Leader(s) respons­ible for the Hub you apply to.

If you feel your stall is unique or of a super­i­or stand­ard, we encour­age you to apply.

How­ever, please note that in some cases, we have an over­sup­ply of par­tic­u­lar types of stall, and in most cases we do not have space for traders who use vehicles. Please see below for more details.

  • Food Fair: At the moment, we are get­ting a lot of applic­a­tions to the Food Fair so please do not be dis­ap­poin­ted if we are not able to offer stalls to every­one who applies. The more detail you can give us about your menu, the bet­ter idea we will have of how you could fit into Feast. Please note we have very lim­ited access to elec­tric power so if you need to use elec­tri­city we may not be able to accom­mod­ate you.

If you’d like to trade at this hub, please go to the bot­tom of this page and fill in the form.

If you have a ques­tion about this hub please email the volun­teer team at food@westnorwoodfeast.com

  • Artis­ans’ Mar­ket: We are happy to con­sider any stalls selling arts, crafts and everything hand­made but please do include your price range when you apply.

If you’d like to trade at this hub, please go to the bot­tom of this page and fill in the form.

If you have a ques­tion about this hub please email the volun­teer team at artisans@westnorwoodfeast.com

  • Fresh ‘n’ Green: We aim to have a vari­ety of stalls with the emphas­is on good qual­ity fresh pro­duce (meat, fruit & veg, cheese, olives) sourced from local pro­du­cers where pos­sible. We also fea­ture fresh juices, pickles and pre­serves, teas from around the world, plants and flowers and fresh pop­corn, as well as a children’s book stall.

If you’d like to trade at this hub, please go to the bot­tom of this page and fill in the form.

If you have a ques­tion about this hub please email the volun­teer team at  freshngreen@westnorwoodfeast.com

  • Retro Vil­lage: If you sell good-qual­ity vin­tage or retro goods, such as cloth­ing (espe­cially for gen­tle­men), small pieces of fur­niture, books or other cur­ated col­lec­tions of preloved items, we are poten­tially inter­ested in your applic­a­tion. At the moment, we have a good range of crock­ery, greet­ings cards and women’s cloth­ing.

If you’d like to trade at this hub, please go to the bot­tom of this page and fill in the form.

If you have a ques­tion about this hub please email the volun­teer team at  retro@westnorwoodfeast.com

  • Fam­ily Well­being Hub: This is based out­side the West Nor­wood Health & Leis­ure Centre and has a mix of food and craft stalls, with the emphas­is on fam­il­ies, healthy liv­ing and afford­ab­il­ity! We’d like hot food traders at this hub to offer at least one dish at £5 or less and where appro­pri­ate, child sized / priced por­tions. If you do not think your set up can offer this, please get in touch. The area is very child friendly, with a ‘pic­nic & play’ area on the grass where Feast spon­sors play work­ers and free children’s activ­it­ies.

If you’d like to trade at this hub, please go to the bot­tom of this page and fill in the form.

If you have a ques­tion about this hub please email the volun­teer team at familywellbeing@westnorwoodfeast.com

 

As a stall­hold­er, you will need Pub­lic Liab­il­ity Insur­ance cover. If you don’t have this already, the Combined Market Traders Insurance Association offer a suit­able policy for £48/yr.

Pay­ment details will be for­war­ded to you once your stall is con­firmed, at time of writ­ing (10/03/2017) cost of a stall is £59 at the Food Hub and £36 at all other hubs.

Once your form is sub­mit­ted, it will be sent to the hub lead­er respons­ible for book­ing stalls at the hub you have applied to.

Please note that due to the high num­ber of applic­a­tions received, it may not be pos­sible to reply to all forms dir­ectly; how­ever all suit­able applic­ants will be added to our wait­ing list.

Com­munity Stall

Feast is proud to offer a lim­ited num­ber of com­munity stalls, free of charge to local char­it­ies, com­munity groups and non profit organ­isa­tions who wish to engage with the vis­it­ors at Feast.  To apply for a com­munity stall, please con­tact hello@westnorwoodfeast.com

Fly­er­ing at FEAST

If you wish to leave fly­ers or advert­ise at any of the five Feast hubs, you will need to get per­mis­sion before the event by email­ing hello@westnorwoodfeast.com with details of your flyer/advertisment.
As a rule we do not accept any­thing of a polit­ic­al or reli­gious nature or busi­nesses that can­not be vouched for.
We are happy to dis­play leaf­lets for com­munity events ​or local not for profit organ­isa­tions. We will only display/promote private busi­nesses if they have offered services/activities​ ​for free to the Feast going pub­lic i.e. children’s activ­it­ies. This will have been agreed pre­vi­ously via the coordin­at­or.
We request that author­ised leaf­let­ters do not leaf­let by the entrance to St Luke’s gar­dens next to the Feast HQ hub as it causes a bot­tle­neck and nuis­ance to those attend­ing Feast. Organ­isa­tions want­ing to leaf­let the Feast-going pub­lic are asked to go to the junc­tion of Knights Hill and Devane Way near the Fam­ily Well­being hub and leaf­let there. 

Please note, if you turn up hop­ing to advert­ise on a Feast day without prior notice, we will have to decline. 
 

 

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