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Stall Holders Required For Charity Event
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Stall Holders Required For Charity Event

Published date: 02 May 2018

Stall Holders Required For Charity Event

 

We are hosting our annual 'It's A Knockout!' event on Saturday the 23rd of June at TIBS Football Ground in Ingleby Barwick and are looking for stallholders to come along and add to this fabulous fun day.

The event is open to the public and free of charge.

The day starts at 9.30am and runs through to approximately 4.30pm.

We will have 270 adult participants throughout the day. As well as the particpants, we welcome family, friends, and general spectators to come along and enjoy the event. As with any event and particularly with the British weather, it is difficult to estimate attendance, but it is usually a busy day for all!

Zoe's Place Baby Hospice will have our own Tombola Stall there to raise much needed funds.

Pitch prices are £20 which is non refundable unless we cancel the event. You will be required to bring along your own table / chair / stands etc, and if you so wish a small gazebo may be brought along. It is your responsibilty to ensure all your equipment is erected safely.

To request a booking form please email info@zoes-place.org.uk. Please inform us of your full contact details, and tell us the nature of your business. We will try as best we can to not double up on types of stalls, having one cake stall, one sweet stall etc. We will however possibly have more than one jewellery/gifts stall as these can differ greatly in product.

Please note each stallholder MUST have their own valid Public Liabilty Insurance, and we require a copy of this to be returned to us along with your fee and completed booking form. We will not accept any bookings without your insurance details.

 

 

 

 

 

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