Update: Applications are now full. We are operating a waiting list so you are welcome to submit an application, and we will be in touch if a stall becomes available.
This September, in the heart of Inchicore, Richmond Barracks will host a Harvest Fair filled with crafts, fun and lots to do.
Following on from the success of our May Fair, which welcomed 1,800 visitors, we would like to hear from a diverse array of local businesses, craftspeople and vendors who are interested in taking a stall at the Harvest Fair.
The Harvest Fair will have workshops to attend, entertainment to enjoy, food to feast on and a huge variety of items such as clothing, crafts, design and art available to buy.
The Harvest Fair celebrates the abundance of the harvest, growth and nature. We’re looking for a host of seasonal-related stalls that can link in with this theme.
You might be a social enterprise or a local creative business, food vendor, craftsperson, designer, artist, or perhaps you are part of an organisation that celebrates nature.
If you’d like to get involved but are unsure if what you do would suit the Fair, ask us! You can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d love to hear from you.
If you would like to apply to take part in the Harvest Fair, you can register your interest here.
Please keep in mind that this application is for taking a stall at the Fair and committing to trading and/or staffing in on both Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September 2022. However, in certain circumstances, we can consider a one-day application. Should your application be successful, a set fee of €70 for the two days will be requested to secure your booking.
The Harvest Fair is one of a series of regular Fairs, made in partnership between Richmond Barracks, Dublin City Council Culture Company, Dublin South City Partnership, and the Kilmainham Inchicore Network.
Please feel free to email us if you have any questions about your event registration or the Harvest Fair at email@example.com
Posted 20 Meitheamh 2022
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