Nottingham Green Festival is free and entirely organised by volunteers.
The latest IPCC Report tells us that climate change has already caused widespread and substantial losses to almost every aspect of human life on this planet, and the impacts on future generations depend on the choices we make NOW. Nottingham’s Carbon Neutral 2028 pledge is just 4 years away.
Since 2023 the Green Festival will therefore give priority to stalls with a *direct* role in tackling the climate & ecological crisis – or mitigating its effects. We will favour stalls from Nottingham, subject to revised selection criteria.
You can register your interest in the 2024 event, but read the advice notes carefully, including packaging & sustainability guidance. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your group name and ‘stall’ in the subject line and include brief details of your proposal, website, facebook, twitter & post town. This is the only way that we will know of your interest.
Bookings will not be confirmed until payment and your public liability insurance documents are received. If you foresee any issues please contact us.
Visit the Live & Interactive Map of Stall Locations
Since the 2017 Festival we have been 100% vegan and off-grid. We are therefore asking stall holders not to bring generators, nor items that contain meat, dairy, honey, eggs fish or animal bi-products to sell at the festival.
Stall fees from 2019 have been held for 2021 – 2024
… However, we are asking some larger organisations to step up to another level.
Stall fees are for a 3m x 3m stall space. Additional space may be booked and charged pro rata.
All stalls must send proof of Public Liability Insurance, or contact us for advice.
Voluntary groups (with own insurance) – £15
We aim to protect small, local, voluntary groups from increased fees. To do so we trust that other categories of stall holder will be happy to pay a little extra.
One day insurance (public liability only) where required – £12
We have a Solidarity Fund to assist with this cost for groups can’t afford it.
Small charity & Supporter Rate – £35
For small charities based in Nottingham and for voluntary groups able to offer bit extra to join us as ‘Supporters’. Larger groups should use the Small Business category.
Statutory & Non-commercial – info only – £35 (3m x 3m pro-rata to space required)
Small Green Businesses, Craft Workers and National Charities – £60
- For small green businesses, recognising the promotional opportunity of being seen by 5000 like-minded people.
- For chartities with a national profile, offices & staff.
- For craft workers, noting the potential for sales beyond the actual day of the event.
Local Food Producers – £60
Whilst we are keeping local food producers at the Small Green Business rate, we invite those selling baked goods, hot drinks and other foods suitable for consumption on the day to scale up to the Commercial Business rate, to reflect their expected sales potential, or offer a top-us after the event if, as is expected, you sell out having had your busiest day ever!
Commercial Businesses, & larger statutory pitches – £75 – £100
Self selected, but encouraged for companies making substantial sales, or with more offices or staff than us (we have none!)
Event Catering – £120
All places allocated by invitation. We are pleased to have adopted & nurtured many new vegan catering businesses over the years, from Veggies Catering Campaign in the 1980’s to the dozen local vegan & vegan-friendly caterers that support the event.
To register your interest in the 2024 event, email email@example.com. Include ‘stall’ and your group name in the subject line and send brief details of your proposal, phone no, website, facebook, twitter & post town.
Let us know if you are in a Nottingham postcode: NG1, NG2, NG3, NG5, NG6, NG7, NG8, NG9 and NG11
Latest IPCC report states, with very high confidence, that "Climate change is a threat to human well-being and planetary health. There is a rapidly closing window of opportunity to secure a liveable and sustainable future for all"
Headline statements: https://t.co/g7pCBWMuPc
— Nottingham Green Festival (@NottmGreenFest) March 26, 2023