Information for Stallholders

Information for Stallholders

 Book a StallStall PricesHow to pay, Stall locations, Food Stall Information, Stallholders’ Terms and Conditions.

Are you interested in having a stall at our 20th Newtown Festival Street Fair Day on Sunday March 6th 2016?  We welcome your booking.  We think that the links above will answer most of your questions, but please contact us if there is anything you would like to discuss.

You can contact us on newtownfestival@gmail.com or phone 04 389 7316 or 027 416 9731 to discuss anything to do with the Festival.

We have a Stallholders’ Newsletter with regular updates on Festival news: you can sign up here.

Here are links to the previous editions

Stall holders’ Newsletter Request for Feedback March 17th 2015  Stallholders’ Newsletter Fairday Special March 2015  Stallholders’ Newsletter January 2015  Stallholders’ Newsletter October 2014  Stallholders’ Newsletter August 2014  Stallholders’ Newsletter July 2014  Stallholders’ Newsletter April 2014

POWER

The powered sites are primarily in the food precinct areas –  Emmett Street, Wilson Street, Rintoul Street, Constable Street, Newtown Ave, Donald McLean Street.  If there are a number of general (non food) stalls wanting a power supply we will group them together with a generator – in 2015 there was a group of these stalls in Constable St.

If you have arranged a powered site please check the Terms and Conditions relating to power supply.

RECYCLING

We are delighted to report that the Festival Recycling Team did such a good job at the 2015 Street Fair that we won a Wellington Airport Community Award! 50% of the waste was diverted from the landfill.

The Festival team are keen to do even better in 2016 – please help us achieve this!

Here are five companies that sell bio-degradable products:

Potato Pak - http://www.potatoplates.com/

Bio Supplies - http://biosupplies.co.nz

Ayrpak - www.ayrpak.co.nz

Eden Green – www.edengreennz.com

Friendlypak – www.friendlypak.co.nz

We encourage you to consider purchasing this type of packaging to use at our festival (and any other festivals!), instead of plastic or polystyrene products which take hundreds of years to decompose in our landfills.

Please encourage your customers to use the re-cycling and compost stations at the Fair. Less rubbish means saved resources, longer lasting and fewer landfills. Fewer landfills mean better air and water quality for all New Zealanders!