Terms & Conditions
- Successful applicants will be issues a vendors' licence to trade at Liverpool pride Festival based on the compliance of the applicant with the following terms and conditions. Any violation of these terms and conditions will render this licence null and void. In this instance, Liverpool Pride reserves the right to remove the trader and any of their possessions from the festival site without compensation or refund of any trading fees.
- Vendors agree not to sell any items which are deemed unsuitable by event organisers including the sale of alcohol, cigarettes and legal highs, unless previously agreed with Liverpool Pride.
- Payment: Successful applicants will receive confirmation within 5 working days of application submission and full payment will be required within 7 days of the invoice being issued.
- Cancellation: Should a vendor cancel after Friday 13th July 2018, 100% of the total pitch fee will be retained as a cancellation charge. Vendors who fail to arrive on the day will receive no refund.
- Vendors are not permitted to sub-let stalls or part of stalls, unless by prior arrangement with the concessions manager.
- Vendors agree to load in and load out within the time agreed with the event organiser prior to the event.
- No vehicles will be allowed on site, but drop off and pick up bays will be available and consideration is needed to other traders too.
- Vendors are required to provide suitable fire safety equipment that is accessible at their stall at all times. All materials used in construction and decoration of stalls must be of non-flammable material.
- Electrical items are not permitted, unless by prior arrangement and electricity has been purchased with your application.
- Traders are required to co-operate fully with Site Management, Security, Emergency Services and all official organisations and agree to adhere to the Health & Safety requirements of Liverpool City Council.
- Waste Disposal: Stallholders are expected to keep their surround areas as clean as possible throughout the festival. Facilities for waste disposal will be provided on site. Stallholders must fully clear all waste from behind and in front of their stall at the end of the event.
- Price tariffs must be clearly displayed on stalls and conform to trade descriptions legislation. Food vendors must also supply copies of their Food Hygiene Inspection Certificates with their application.
- Employers' Liability, Public Liability Insurance and Food Hygiene Certificate must be on display in stalls at all times.
- Vendors are responsible for ensuring contractors delivering to, or employees working on their stall, are suitably insured.
- Limitation of Liability: Neither the event organisers nor its agents shall be held responsible for any loss, theft, damage or injury to persons or property connected with the trader/caterer, its employees or agents.
- Charities: Charities are not allowed to collect donations within the event site, during the March muster or on rout, nor at the concession. Charities can promote their cause and sell any merchandise and sign up customers to direct debit donations or lottery schemes.
- A guide will be issues with booking confirmation regarding the operational set-up and dismantle of the event site / concessions area, which MUST be adhered to, to ensure smooth running of the event.