Thank you for your interest in supporting Northern Pride and our UK Pride 2020 festival. Our event will be held over 3 days from 17th to 19th July with the Rainbow Village, our market stalls being open for business on Saturday 18th only. The site of the village will be located on the Town Moor near the fun fair and a short walk from the Manchester Airport Stage.
Whether your organisation wants to consolidate its diversity objectives, raise awareness or demonstrate its commitment to the LGBT+ community, then working with Northern Pride will give you a head start. You can build or enhance your organisation’s reputation within the LGBT+ community, meet your organisation’s diversity targets and demonstrate corporate and social responsibility.
At our 2019 event demand for stalls was extremely high, so please ensure you apply early to secure your space! Last year demand outstripped supply and our market stalls were oversubscribed meaning we had to turn some stall holders away. Attendance at last year’s event was high and feedback from stall holders was that the festival had been extremely successful both information and commercial stalls.
There are many options available for a stall in our Rainbow Village, so please take your time to read the application form. We provide a pitch and a covered stall structure as standard. We hope you will have a successful day and if you have any queries about stalls or any other part or the event please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On receipt of your application, we will confirm if you are successful and issue you an invoice for payment and the full terms and conditions of joining us.
In return, you’ll send us your Public Liability Insurance (PLI) certificate. We can not guarantee your place in the village until we receive this.
Our festival is a free to attend event, and we use this as our biggest fundraising event in our calendar, therefore we politely ask that there is no fundraising for any charity or non for profit, other than Northern Pride. Products or services can be sold for a charity or non for profit as a part of an income stream (merchandise) but no raffles, tombola’s etc.
No food or drink is to be sold on your stall. Small sealed sweets can be given out to visitors for free. Strictly no home cooked goods due to health and safety precautions.
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