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SADLY, YOU'VE MISSED THE  SPUDCART!

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR VENDORS TO APPLY FOR A STALL.

APPLICATIONS CLOSED 1 FEBRUARY 2019  and will reopen late this year for 2020. Thank you for your interest.

You’d never guess potatoes could be this much fun!

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FOR HERE Spudfest 2019 Vendor Application Form

You have the opportunity to be one of many stallholders contributing wonderful wares and enthusiasm to the festival, and it would not be possible to run this event without such participation!

This document contains information about the festival and about being a stallholder, along with the Stallholder Application. If you are interested in participating in the 2019 event, please read this information carefully and complete all relevant steps in the application process.

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact the Vendor Coordinator Pam Hutson via email: vendor@trenthamspudfest.org.au

Please also note that information contained in this document is subject to change. 

FESTIVAL DETAILS:

Date: Saturday 4 May 2019

Time: Trading from 10.00am until 4.00pm

Venue: Quarry Street Reserve (Spud Hub)
Quarry Street, Trentham VIC 3458

CONTACT DETAILS

VENDOR COORDINATOR:

Email: vendor@trenthamspudfest.org.au

Address: PO Box 22, Trentham VIC 3458

CONVENOR:

Helen Macdonald

Telephone: 0419 930 864

STEPS TO FOLLOW FOR STALLHOLDER APPLICATION:

1. Read the Stallholder Information and Guidelines in full.

2. Complete the Stallholder Application.

3. Mail the Stallholder Application to:
The Great Trentham Spudfest
PO Box 22, Trentham VIC 3458.
or email: vendor@trenthamspudfest.org.au

STALLHOLDER APPLICATION TIMELINE:

1 February 2019 Applications close

05 April 2019 SOT notifications close

31 April 2019 Site plan issued

Please remember that the number of stallholder sites is strictly limited
and may be sold out prior to the application closing date.

We recommend applications are submitted early to avoid disappointment.

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Stallholder applications are submitted for assessment by the Event Coordinator. We give priority to local stallholders and community organisations, stallholders with potato related products or services, and stallholders with good quality, innovative products or services. However, we recommend applications are submitted early to avoid disappointment as site allocation is strictly limited. Successful applicants will be notified by 1 April.

A tax invoice will then be issued for payment which is due and payable within 14 days of the date of invoice, and no later than 22 March 2019.

COMMERCIAL SITE FEES:
This category is for groups selling food, beverages and general merchandise.
$10 per square meter.

COMMUNITY ORGANISATION SITE FEES: FREE
This category is for non-profit community groups, volunteer groups, and groups that are primarily information based. The selling of basic items such as promotional material is allowed.

GST: The Great Trentham Spudfest is not required to charge GST.

REFUNDS:
No refunds will be given after 22 March 2019. A $50 administration fee will apply to commercial site holders granted a refund. (Please also refer below to refund policies in relation to latecomers and weather.)

SITE SET-UP:
You will be provided with a site plan by 31 April 2019 which will indicate your allocated site, time of arrival and access information. Vehicles not booked as part of your site must have exited the venue by 9:30 am. Please consider your fellow stallholders when setting up. At the discretion of the Event Coordinator, latecomers may not be granted access and no refunds
will apply.

PARKING:
A designated area will be made available for stallholders to park their vehicles for the duration of the event.

WEATHER:
The event will go ahead regardless of the weather. The Great Trentham Spudfest takes no responsibility for inclement weather or crowd participation and no refunds will be given for these reasons. Please be prepared for wet weather!

DURING THE EVENT: e request that you adhere to the following:

•Prominently display all food permits and liquor licenses.

SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES:
We ask that you take an active role in ensuring a safe environment, and in the unlikely event of an evacuation, ensure you follow the direction of the Event Coordinator.

•Only use electrical equipment that is currently tested and tagged.

•Familiarise yourself with the location of First Aid facilities.

•Familiarise yourself with the location of the Assembly Area – Emergency Assembly Point.

•Maintain a safe and tidy event site.

•Report any hazards, problems and/or incidents.

•Only perform tasks that you are trained to do and/or able to do safely.

•Use safe lifting techniques at all times.

PACK DOWN AND DEPARTURE:
We ask that you do not cease trading until the event officially concludes at 4:00 pm as a courtesy to both patrons and fellow stallholders. Vehicles will not be allowed access to the venue until 4:30 pm and access will be via Albert Street only. Prior to departure, the Event Coordinator will arrange to conduct an inspection of your site.

FEEDBACK:
Your feedback is important to us. Please ask questions, make comments and/or express concerns to the Event Coordinator or event volunteers throughout the day.

Spudfest 2019 Vendor Application Form

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