As with last year’s event, one of our aims is to partner with businesses and organisations whose activities reflect our own values by offering purely vegan products and services. We will provide the opportunity for 100% vegan businesses and organisations to promote their brands in a boutique-style vegan only vendor environment. Together we can promote the wonderful aspects of cruelty-free living to both the vegan and broader community.
As a 100% vegan vendor this means that all of the products and services you offer, not only on the day of the event, but on an ongoing basis, are 100% vegan. This means they do not contain any animal products, are not tested on animals, nor involve the promotion of animal use.
If you meet these criteria, and are interested in participating, please complete the expression of interest form below.
Please note that while all applications will be considered, due to high demand, limited stall space, and our aim to showcase as diverse a range of stalls as possible we cannot guarantee all applicants will be successful.
Please be sure to read through our Stallholder Terms & Conditions page.
Food vendors are required to provide a streatrader.
All vendors are required to provide their own Public Liability Insurance.
This is a single-use plastic free event. Therefore please avoid use of plastic bags, plastic cutlery, cups and takeaway containers. Use of biodegradable/recyclable items are encouraged.
If you have any questions about becoming a stallholder please email email@example.com
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