INFORMATION FOR STALLHOLDERS
If you would like to book a stall at the Audiojumble on Sunday 3rd March 2024 then please:
- 1. Download the stallholder booking form here.
- 2. Print and complete the form
- 3. Return the form to us, along with an SAE and payment
We are anticipating an extremely high demand for stalls, so please apply early to avoid disappointment. Stalls will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Tables and chairs
We supply tables and chairs, so there is no need to bring your own. Each table is approximately 6' x 2.5' in size.
It is the responsibility of stallholders to ensure that their tables have been erected properly, have been stacked safely and are not overloaded. Items on the floor must not protrude beyond the front boundary of the tables.
There are two car parks at the venue; one at the front and one at the rear. You are welcome to park wherever you choose, however the recommended car park depending on your stall location within the venue is as follows:
|Suggested car park
|Rear car park
|Front car park
|Front car park
Stallholders have access to the hall from 07.45am. Please ensure that you do not leave your stall unattended at any time and be aware that members of the public will be coming in from 08.30am.
The venue must be fully vacated by 4pm at the latest.
Sainsburys have politely requested that our stallholders do not use their trolleys for loading and unloading stalls. At some previous events they have kept their trolleys locked until the store opened at 10:30am. Therefore please ensure you bring your own trolley for loading and unloading your stall(s).
Please note that stall holders and helpers should wear their wristbands at all times. Entry will be refused without a wristband.
Items for sale
All sales/purchases made at the Audiojumble are private transactions between the buyer and seller. Audiojumble Ltd does not accept liability for any items offered for sale.
Sellers must satisfy themselves that all electrical items sold as working to the public, and which are intended for connection to the domestic mains electricity supply, are safe and comply with The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 or any subsequent acts. Never sell any electrical item if you are unsure of its safety.
The Angel Centre, Angel Lane, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 1SF.