May Fayre Stallholder Information
Thank you for taking a stall at the May Fayre. Your pitch fee will go directly to supporting the education of primary school children. We hope the weather is great and that you have a successful day at the event... after all, we want you to come back next year.
This page provides information on the day to help you arrive and spend the day without wondering what happens next.
The map below shows where the fayre will be and where you can park your car. The Street (the red line on the map) is closed from 10am until 5pm. The fayre starts at 12pm so the first two hours are for you all to set up your stalls. However please make sure you have arrived and moved your car to the car park by 11am.
What to bring
Well, apart from your general equipment, you will need a table, chair (it's a long day) and a gazebo. It is likely that you will be pitched on tarmac, so it would be worth bringing something to weight down your gazebo to prevent winds lifting it up.
When you arrive, you will need to find your pitch location. Look for Clare Wortley. She runs The Homemade Food Company and will be there to help you find your spot. Your spot will be chalked out on the tarmac. Get your pitch set up and then please move your car to the car park as soon as you are able.
As we're sure you would expect, we require all stall holders to comply with trading regulations. However, we also ask that you provide us with a copy of your public liability insurance and if you are selling food, your Food Hygene Certificate. If you have not already sent this through, please send it to Clare before the event.
The Fayre closes at 5pm. Children will be present and you will not be able to pack up before this time. If there is inclement weather, the organisers reserve the right to close the fayre early, and you will be advised of this on the day. Please note that events will be ongoing at the Pub, so please be careful when driving around the site.
Tea and Coffee
We really appreciate your attendance at the Fayre. We will provide you with vouchers for a free cup of tea or coffee from the refreshment stand. Enjoy!
The May Fayre is a great day out. Please try and take some time to pop around the stalls and attractions whilst you are here. There is plenty to see and do, with the highlight being the children's Maypole dancing routine.
This page is a work in progress. If there is any information you feel would be of benefit, please get in touch and we will do our best to include it on this page. Thank you.