Woodham Walter's Bell Meadow Day

Sunday 26th August 2018

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Stall Holder Information

Main Contact for stallholders:  Amanda, email - bellmeadowday@gmail.com

3, Church Corner Woodham Walter

 

General:  Can you believe this is year 14 !  The organising committee (the Bell Meadow Village Association) are a group of villagers passionate about our rural heritage who pool talents to create a great event and we are delighted to be organising a similar event again this year.  Once again the day time event will include competitions for jam, chutney, flower arranging, cakes etc, we are again being joined by local craftsmen who will demonstrate their skills, plus a Gun Dog display by a local team  We are supported by local businesses and groups and hope to be blessed with some wonderful weather to make an amazing afternoon.  This will then be finished off in style with live music in the evening.  Bell Meadow is set on a slope creating the perfect arena for a band.  We believe that last year’s event was the best ever, and we hope for an even better day this year.

 

Getting There:  The event is being held on Bell Meadow, Church Hill in Woodham Walter (for SatNav nearest postcode CM96RF). Woodham Walter is situated a couple of miles off the A414 between Danbury and Maldon.  From the A12 take exit 18 marked A414 Maldon & Danbury. At the exit roundabout follow the A414 up the hill and through Danbury (over 3 mini roundabouts and past a Tesco/Esso garage).  Continue down the hill and then turn left sign posted to Woodham Walter (and brown sign to Golf Course). Follow this road past The Anchor Pub and continue into Woodham Walter.  Bell Meadow is situated just opposite the Church.  Access to the meadow is via an entrance track at the top of the field almost opposite St Michael’s Church or at the new entrance gate opposite The Bell Public House on Little Baddow Road at the bottom of the hill.

 

On Arrival:  Please try to arrive on site between 9.30am and 10.30am, when you will be allocated your pitch.  Vehicles may enter the field for loading/unloading and can then be parked in the car park area.  There may be room for your vehicle at your pitch location if necessary but please advise of this and get approval when booking your stall.  

 

Pitch Fee:  This should be paid in advance, see the booking form for details. Cheques payable to “Bell Meadow Village Association”. This year all stallholders will be sent 2 wristbands to note that they are stallholders and these will gain them entry to the Meadow. If you require any more wristbands, these will be charged at £3 each. Please note this on your booking form, if you require additional wristbands – these are required for entry onto the Meadow, throughout the day and the evening.

 N.B. refunds will only be issued if event is cancelled

 

Equipment: This year, stallholders will be able to reserve a pitch - under cover pitches are not available stallholders are of course welcome to bring their own tent/ gazebo. The supply of tents, tables and chairs will not be available  – stallholders must supply their own. We will not be providing power except by prior arrangement.

 

Programme:   We will try to list all the stall-holders in the programme for the day.  If you would also like to advertise in our programme the cost to stall-holders is an additional £10 for a ¼ A5 page and artwork is required by 30th June.

 

Times:  Bell Meadow Day opens at 12.30pm and runs until 5.00pm when it will be possible to leave the site if desired. However, there will be a live band playing during the evening and if you are busy and would like to continue trading until 8.00pm please feel free to do so.  Please exercise great care when manoeuvring vehicles on site. All stalls need to be dismantled and cleared from the site by 8.45pm.

 

Stall Type: Please can you be specific on your booking form as to what goods/service you are providing so we can arrange placement of the stalls.