Terms & Conditions

  1. Bookings are only accepted via this application form. We do not permit fly-pitching.  The   deadline for booking applications is Monday 12th March 2018.  Confirmation of successful applications will take place in the week beginning Monday 2nd April 2018.
  2. Each pitch is 3 x 3m. Your entire stall must fit within this area.
  3. Trestle tables & 3m² gazebos can be ordered at additional charges – listed above. Stallholders are not permitted to operate off a rug on the ground.
  4. Stallholders are responsible for all other equipment needed. Electrical power needs to be requested on your booking form but is limited.  (We charge £10 for the use of electricity) Water is not available.  We prefer to avoid the running of generators due to space and noise.
  5. You must comply with current Health & Safety regulations and have relevant certificates available for any inspecting authority.
  6. Stallholders are responsible for carrying out their own risk assessment. This may be inspected on the day.
  7. Stallholders can set up between 8 – 9.30am. Trading is restricted to the advertised times (10am-4pm).  You are not permitted to remove your stall before the festival finish time of 4pm.
  8. Your pitch must be left in a clean & tidy condition. You will be responsible for clearing of all your refuse.
  9. Parking is not permitted on the High Street. Once set up please remove your vehicle to the designated parking area.
  10. A current copy of your Public Liability Insurance must be enclosed with your booking form.
  11. Payment in full must be enclosed with your booking form. Post dated cheques will not be accepted.
  12. Pitch cancellation must be in writing. For cancellations before 18th June, the booking fee will be returned minus an admin fee of £10.00 providing the pitch can be re-let.  No refunds will be given after 18th June 2018.
  13. In the unlikely event that the festival has to be cancelled no refunds will be given. The organisers will not be liable for any other expenses due to event cancellation.
  14. You are not permitted to have animals on your stall unless agreed in advance by the festival organisers.
  15. All applicants should remember that the Trout ‘n About Festival concentrates on artisan, hand-made and locally sourced produce and any application success will depend on this ethos being evident in your application.