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Stall Application Form for
2024 Lamb Feast 

Plympton St Maurice Civic Association will be holding its annual Mid-Summer Festival on Plympton St Maurice Castle Green. This year the Lamb Feast will be held on 15th June between 12 - 5pm. If you would like to apply for a stall for your Business or Charity, please complete the form below. If you are experiencing difficulties or have any questions please email hello@plymptonstmaurice.com

Stall Type

Terms & Conditions :- 

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*Please ensure everyone who is working on your stall is aware of the following*

1. Booking & Stall Allocation -

Stallholder places are limited and, in the event of excess demand, will be allocated based on the date we receive the completed application form.  All confirmed stalls will be allocated a pitch with a frontage of 4 metres (13 feet) and approximately the same depth. All equipment to be used on a pitch, including tables, chairs, gazebo, games etc. is to be provided by the stallholder. If you require more than a single 4x4 pitch please let us know in the description field on the above form.

 

This is a community event, and we want as many local organisations to take part as possible.  Based on feedback from previous years, members of the public would prefer a variety of activities to be available and encourage stallholders to be as creative as possible with their stalls.

There will be no charge to Charity Stalls this year, but a donation (as a reflection of your organisation’s success on the day) will help contribute towards the organisational costs of the event and would be greatly appreciated.​

The cost of a pitch for any private business stall is £40  

Once an application has been received we will respond within 14 days and then again closer to the event with on-the-day details. 

PLEASE NOTE: Although the organisers have public liability insurance, stallholders are reminded that this does not cover claims, for negligence or otherwise, made against individual exhibitors.  You should therefore ensure that your organisation has adequate public liability insurance.

2. Setting up/taking down -

Stallholders will have access to Plympton Castle Green from 10am to facilitate the drop off and set up of any equipment required for their stall.  All stall holders are responsible for the Health and Safety of their pitch and are reminded that securing lines are required for stalls using any structure which could be susceptible to wind.  All equipment must fit within your allocated pitch and not encroach on adjacent pitches or into public walkways.  If you are unsure on the day, please speak to one of the organisers who will be able to advise.

 

Additionally, all stallholders agree to be bound by the Health and Safety rules of Plympton St. Maurice Civic Association and to follow the instructions of event organisers on the day.  Failure to adhere to the Health and Safety rules may result in stallholders being asked to leave the event or refused entry to future events.

Vehicle access to Castle Green is available to stallholders between 10am and 11:30am, after which time all vehicles must be removed from site.  Vehicle access to remove equipment following the completion of the Lamb Feast will be from 5pm.  All vehicle access to Castle Green is subject to weather conditions and access may be denied, without prior warning, should the need arise.  Where possible, stallholders will be notified in advance of any additional vehicle restrictions on site.


3. Parking - 

​Parking on Plympton Castle Green is extremely limited.  Consequently, a limited number of parking spaces are available and a parking space must be requested as part of the application process.  Should you be successful in being allocated a parking space for your stall, you will receive a numbered Parking Pass prior to the event which must be filled in and displayed in the vehicle windscreen.  Vehicles without a Parking Pass must be removed from Plympton Castle Green by 11:30am at the latest and parked off site. Parking restrictions will be in effect on surrounding roads and Long Stay parking is available a short walk away at Mudge Way car park.

In line with our Risk Assessment and Health & Safety policy, vehicle movement is prohibited onsite between 11.30am and close of Lamb Feast at 5pm 

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