Stallholder Policy

This policy applies to all stallholders and their helpers. Purchasing a stallholder ticket indicates acceptance of these terms.

This stallholder policy is subject to revision.

Last updated: 3rd May 2017

Full details of venue access, parking, stallholder layout, WiFi access and all other matters will be sent to stallholders as the details are finalised.

General terms and conduct

Stallholders, and any helpers via the helper ticket system, are bound by the following rules and all other rules laid out for attendees e.g. anti-harassment. You must also follow any reasonable instructions from any member of the UK PonyCon Committee or Venue staff at any time.

You may be asked to leave immediately without refund or compensation if you are found to be in serious or persistent contravention of these rules. UK PonyCon or the Venues decision is final at all times.

UK PonyCon does not make any representation on the number of expected visitors to the event, nor make any representations regarding any expected income. Information on ticket sales will be provided in the stallholder pack to assist with stock decisions, but will not be a guarantee.

Refunds and transfers

By purchasing a ticket, you are applying to become a stallholder at UK PonyCon. You will be expected to complete an additional form to provide us with information for our conbook and to confirm that you have read and agreed to the rules regarding vending at UK PonyCon. Failure to do this, or if any reason becomes apparent to suggest you will be an unsuitable stallholder, will result in rejection of your purchase.

Once accepted as a Stallholder, refunds are strictly at UK PonyCon discretion. Transfers of stalls, or the swapping of stall locations in the venue, are strictly forbidden unless agreed in writing by UK PonyCon chair or vice-chair prior to the event.

Selling restrictions

The majority (at a minimum 50%) of your stall should comprise of items that are My Little Pony themed or inspired. If you are selling other items, they must be of a type and theme relevant to the interests of our attendees, and suitable for all ages.

You must not sell, offer for sale, distribute or advertise any of the following types of items:

Decisions on if an item is suitable are at the sole discretion of UK PonyCon committee.

What we will provide

Each stallholder ticket comes with the following items:

You may bring additional items for your stall. We recommend bringing your own tablecloth to use on top of our table covering, although this is not compulsory.

Please note the following:

Safety

Registration, access, unloading and loading

Security and liability

You are responsible for the security of your stall and UK PonyCon nor the venue will not be held responsible for any losses, theft or damage occurring to your stall, stock or your personal property during the event or left at the venue overnight. We recommend that you ensure that your stall is attended at all times and pay special attention to securing any cash or valuable items. If you leave your stall unattended please make sure to take your cash with you.

Please note that at UK PonyCon 2017 there is not a separate lockable vendor area but all stalls are in a designated area. Stallholders will be able to leave their stock overnight and the venue will be locked. However all items left unattended at any time are done so at their owner’s risk from theft or damage.

Advertising UK PonyCon

When advertising UK PonyCon through your own channels, please follow these guidelines:

Contacts and sources of further information

Stallholders can contact us by emailing us at ukponycon@googlemail.com

More information will be provided in the stallholder pack later in the year, including the specific arrangements in relating to access, timings and parking.

Please do not contact the venue directly before the event ­ instead contact UK PonyCon who can relay your questions if necessary.

If you have any questions during the event, please ask any member of UK PonyCon staff or at the UK PonyCon information desk. Only in emergency should venue staff be contacted directly.