RSPCA Open Day - Calling Potential Stallholders!

30th May 2019

Hello! Look at that lovely smile! Would you like to apply for a stall at the RSPCA Fun Open Day on Sunday 7th July 10am till 3.

30pm? We are opening our doors to stall holders who would like to sell their own goods and/or run their own activities. To take part, you will need to provide your own table. Crafts, artisan foods and drink, vegan friendly beauty, demonstrations, clothing, activities etc ......we are looking for variety! Other activities include a children's fun area, a dog show, a charity car wash and a large variety of stalls and fun activities. Interested? Apply for your stall application at First come first served. Stall Sizes Approximately 8 foot by 8 foot on various surface types You will need to supply your own table/stall and Gazebo This popular event will be marketed using flyers, posters, word of mouth and social media including facebook, insta and twitter We are interested in stalls and fun activities. Stall costs Registered Charity - £30.00 - table £35 with Gazebo Non Charity - £50.00 £55.00 with Gazebo What: RSPCA Sheffield Summer Family Fun Open Day When: 7th July 2019 10.00am to 3.30pm Where: RSPCA Sheffield Animal Centre, 2 Stadium Way, Sheffield S9 2 HN Stall applications will be subject to both suitability and availability checks. Set up available the day before if required. Parking nearby. Toilets and disability facilities and access. All proceeds raised, goes directly to supporting the precious animals in our care.

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