TRADING AT BRIGHTON MARATHON WEEKEND
Over 150,000 people visit the Brighton Marathon Weekend each year, enjoying the Beach Village, BM Ride Finish and Mini Mile Village across the three days. Each of these areas offers its own unique space and facilities to the participants and their supporters as well as the general public. We welcome a range of food traders, bars, exhibitors, charities and activation within these locations.
APPLY TO TRADE
If you are interested in trading or exhibiting at the event, please fill in our online application form below. All applications will be considered against a list of criteria, including sustainability efforts, relevance, size and logistics of set up and de-rig.
BEFORE YOU APPLY
If you are bringing a mobile unit or vehicle as your trading unit, please ensure you know your exact stall or vehicle sizes.
At a minimum, you are required to have up to date health and safety documents, food hygiene rating certificates and relevant insurances:
- Public and Employers Liability Insurance Certificates (Food traders are required to carry £5m cover, Non-food traders £1m cover)
- Health & Safety Documentation (Policies, Risk Assessments including Fire Risk Assessment, Training Records etc.)
- PAT Test Certification – all equipment must be PAT tested and proof of testing will be required on site
- Gas Safety Certificates (where applicable)
- Food Safety Management System (SFBB, NCASS, COOKSAFE or similar)
- Food Hygiene Training Certificate (food handlers only)
- Written allergen information on all unpackaged food.
Please note, food traders, crew caterers and bars MUST be registered with a Local Authority.
We ask that all of our traders agree to our sustainability policy, bringing no single use plastics on to the event site(s) – to include straws, balloons, cutlery, plastic cups etc.
DEADLINE TO APPLY
The registration deadline to apply to trade or exhibit at the 2021 Brighton Marathon Weekend will close on 31st July 2021.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR OTHER EVENTS?
We arrange other events throughout the year, if you wish to be considered and for further info please click here.
WHAT IS THE COST AND WHAT IS SUPPLIED?
Concessions will be asked to pay an pitch fee up-front and a commission based on their gross income over the event weekend. The pitch fee covers one power connection, water, dry waste and wireless connectivity for a payment system. Commission amounts are calculated using a percentage of your Gross revenue, full details of pitch fee and commission calculations will be available before you sign a contract with us.
Your application data will only be used for the purpose of assessing suitability for trading. Your details will not be shared or sold to any third parties. If you wish for us to delete your data after the 2020 event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org