Stall Bookings: Bookings are subject to availability. All stall bookings should be made via our secure online booking system. We will confirm your booking via email, please make sure that your email address at the time of booking is correct. If you have not received an email from the event organiser within seven days, please contact the event organiser direct to confirm your booking.
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Each Stall Hire Fee Includes:
- one table, the size of the table may vary depending on the venue, an example of a standard size table is approximately 6’ x 2’ ft. Please check with your event organiser if you are unsure.
- An additional floor space either end of your table. This space can be used for a clothes hanging rail.. A single buggy/pushchair or highchair could also fit in this space.
- Storage space under and in front of your table as long as this does not block any aisle space. Larger items should be dismantled.
- Chairs are usually provided – please ask your event organiser
- One helper per stall is permitted
Business Stallholders: Business stallholders can hand out flyers and information from their stalls, but please do not walk round the venue handing out flyers or information to shoppers.
Transactions: ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS SEEN. Lots for Tots accept no responsibility for any transaction entered into at the sale venue. This is seen as a private sale between the seller and the buyer. All items must be checked before purchase. Please ensure you advise any buyers of any known marks/damage or wear and tear of items at time of sale.
Stall Planning: The Lots for Tots Event Organiser reserves the right to decide the arrangement and allocation of stalls.
Stallholder Non-attendance: If a stallholder is not able to attend a sale they have pre-booked the stallholder fee is non-refundable.
Market Cancellation & Refunds: Should a Lots for Tots Sale be cancelled, stallholders will receive a 100% refund of stall fee paid.
Pre-loved Stallholders Can Sell: Quality pre-loved goods relating to maternity, babies, toddlers, and children.
Business Sellers Can Sell or Promote: New or handmade items relating to maternity, babies, toddlers, and children and services relating to maternity and young families.
All Stallholders Cannot Sell: Items or services unrelated to maternity, babies or young children, or items which are deemed to be broken, in poor condition, dangerous and in breach of Health and Safety legislation or trading standards advice.
Batteries: All toys and baby items that require batteries must be offered for sale in full working order with batteries installed.
Setting-up: Our doors open to stallholders 1 hour before the doors open to the shoppers. This allows plenty of time to set up your stall. Late arrivals will not be admitted within 15 minutes of the sale opening time.
Packing-up: Stallholders should be aware of market opening hours and should pack up only when the organisers advise it is OK to do so and due to health and safety regulations must not leave the event early unless advised.
Removal of Waste: Stallholders must remove all waste, litter and unsold items from the venue when leaving the event. Lots for Tots reserve the right to dispose of any items left behind following an event. Please leave your stall area the way you found it.
Venue: Stallholders will be financially accountable for any damages they cause to the market venue. It is not allowed to stick, tape, glue, nail, screw or in any other way affix items to any wall, door, floor, curtain or any other part of the building during the event. Please Do not drag large items across the floors of the venue, if you cannot pick up an item by yourself, request help from one of the Lots for Tots team.
Security: Stallholders are responsible for their own stall security and money. No responsibility is taken by the organisers for theft, loss or damage to items. Lots for Tots accept no liability for the theft, loss or damage of any personal items for sale from the stallholder’s stalls or other items within the boundaries of the event. All persons who enter the sale area do so at their own risk.
Health and Safety: Lots for Tots Sales are committed to providing, maintaining and promoting the highest standards of Health, Safety and Welfare at each event. Under Health & Safety legislation, Stallholders are responsible for the safety of their table/stall, i.e. setting items up in a safe & secure manner to avoid accidents and the stallholder agrees to indemnify Lots for Tots Sales against all claims arising out of negligence on the part of the stallholder and/or their helpers. Stallholders are responsible for all activities that take place on their stall throughout the event and any actions that could affect others as a result of their activity. Stallholders who do not adhere to these guidelines will be asked to leave the event. If you choose to bring along children at the event, it is the stallholder’s responsibility to ensure their safety and well-being is met at all times during the event.
Liability: The stallholder agrees to indemnify Lots for Tots Sale against all claims for damages or injury to the property or person of any persons in respect of any claim by any such person arising out of any faulty or dangerous products sold by the stallholder or his agents or servants.
Illegal Activity: Lots for Tots Sale shall not be held responsible for the non-compliance by a stallholder with any Law, By-law, Regulation, Act or Statute.