Stall Bookings

The Abingdon Food and Drink Festival is organised by the Rotary Club of Abingdon Vesper to raise money for charity. Profits from this event will be used to support the various projects run by the club, both locally and internationally.

We aim to have a variety of stalls to ensure a wide range of different products. Consequently, traders are invited to participate based on reputation, quality and product type. Traders who do not complete the registration process promptly may miss the opportunity to participate.

There are a limited number of pitches available for stallholders. Bookings will close on 1st June 2020 or sooner if pitches sell out.

Application Process

Stage 1 - Application

  1. Download the appropriate application form for your stall
    • Choose between Street Food & Drink, Artisan Market, Non-Food
      For children's activities, face painting, funfairs, bouncy castles, etc. please contact us
    • Choose whether you want to attend for one day or two days
    • There is currently a 15% discount for stalls attending both days
  2. Read the enclosed terms and conditions carefully
  3. Complete and return the application form

Street Food & Drink Stall

Apply for a Street Food & Drink stall if you would like to sell food for consumption at the event, alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks for consumption at the event.

We are no longer accepting applications for: ice cream, bars, beer, cider, gin, Prosecco

Artisan Market Stall

Apply for an Artisan Market stall if you would like to sell food or drink for people to consume at home. This includes pies, jams, preserves, sauces, spices, oils, cakes, confectionery, bottled drinks.

Non-Food Stall

Apply for this type of stall if you want to sell or display non-food/drink products, if you want to have a promotion stand to inform people about your products and services, or if you are a charity.

Stage 2 - Assessment

We will review your application and notify you whether or not we can offer you a place. We restrict the number of stalls of a particular type to ensure that we have a balanced range of stalls at the event.

Stalls will be accepted according to their suitability and not on a first come, first served basis. Submission of an application form does not guarantee a place at the festival.

Stage 3 - Booking

Successful applicants send through supporting documentation along with payment to complete the booking.
Payment must be made in full within 14 days in order to secure the booking.


The standard pitch size is 3m x 3m and only stall space is provided.

Stallholders need to provide their own gazebo, tables, chairs and other equipment.

Electricity outlets can be provided for a fee if booked in advance.

Cold water is available on site.

Essential Information