Book a stall

We are now taking stall bookings for Daffodil weekend 2020

Do you fancy showcasing your products to 10,000+ people? We are a rural village outdoor event which attracts coach parties from all over England as well as local Cambridgeshire residents. Stallholders tell us that they love coming to Daffodil Weekend as it's well run and friendly. This is partly because each year we try to get the best mix of merchandise on sale so that all stallholders have the best opportunity to do well. If we had too many of any one type of stall then no one would be happy! 


Applications are now being taken for DW2020 via the application form below. Please note, every effort will be made to accommodate your booking requirements but a submitted application is NOT A GUARANTEE of a place. Applications close on 10 January 2020.

All applicants will be notified by 31 January 2020 at the latest, regardless of outcome. Successful applicants will be invoiced and payment will be due within 10 days of receipt of invoice. Traders will forfeit their place if payments are not made within the time stated.

PLEASE NOTE we’ll be opening trading from the earlier time of 10am (to 5pm) in 2020.

Weekend rates (2 days)

Craft stalls and food/artisan stalls
3m x 3m: £130
6m x 3m: £240
3m x 3m: £140
6m x 3m: £250
Power for lighting: £10

Catering units for onsite consumption
ALL AREAS – outdoors only
3m x 3m: £260
£ per extra m: £75

Camping (stallholders only)
Basic facilities £10 per night (Sat/Sun only)

Charity stalls
We have outdoor 3m x 3m pitches available for charities at a cost of £50 for the weekend. Please apply using the application form below.


Stall size

Stall size will be strictly enforced. We will measure the size of your stall once you are set up. We will consider the maximum dimension as counting as frontage. Also note that when calculating your required frontage you should include space to manoeuvre your vehicle eg a trailer of 8m may require a frontage of 11m to allow positioning.

Low ampage electricity

If booking electric hook up, low ampage electricity will be available suitable for running display lighting only. This electricity is not be used for running high power consumption devices such as kettles, heaters etc. This rule will be strictly enforced and any stalls found not to comply will be asked to leave. You should bring your own extension leads.

Taste of Thriplow generator

We will be providing a large generator for food pitches on Taste of Thriplow (ToT). Please let us know the maximum wattage your pitch will require.


If you should cancel your booking we will refund 50% of your pitch fee if we receive the cancellation before 28th February 2020. No refunds will be given for cancellations after this date.

Please complete your APPLICATION FORM using the form below. When your application form has been submitted you will receive a confirmation message on the screen. Applications close 10 January 2020.

STALLHOLDERS NEW TO DW: please email pictures of your stall to


Contact name *
Contact name
Address *
Please tell us about your stall
If your application is accepted, we will require you to email a copy to us.
Are you a catering unit selling food for onsite consumption? *
Are you selling alcohol? *
Traders selling alcohol are required to have a valid alcohol licence and apply for their own Temporary Event Notice via South Camb
Please select your preference – we will do our best to meet your request.
Please see the map above for locations.
Please see the map above for locations.
What size stall would you like?
£10 for the weekend
Will you be bringing your own SILENT generator? *
Taste of Thriplow applications: would you like access to piped water? *
We are a car free event. Stall holders should park their cars during trading hours in the stall holder car park on Middle Street. Vehicles are not permitted to be left on the School premises.
If you plan to camp overnight in the Stall holders car park, what nights do you plan to stay?
Stall terms and conditions: The Thriplow Daffodil Weekend Organising Committee reserve the right to select appropriate traders for the event, from application forms received, to prevent the oversupply of a particular product, or to decline the sale of goods deemed not to fit with the overall theme of the weekend. • Applications close on the 10 January 2020. Last minute applications made after the 10 January 2020 will be considered on the basis of availability only. • Cancellations received after 28 February 2020 will not be refunded. • Pitches are marked on the ground. You will adhere to your designated pitch. Failure to do so will result in you being asked to move to your designated pitch. If you are unable or unwilling to move, all future applications will be forfeited. • By submitting your form you are agreeing to sell what you describe in your application. The selling of goods or services that fall outside your description is strictly prohibited. • You are only permitted to sell goods or services from your allotted pitch. Soliciting sales by entering or setting up in other areas is strictly forbidden. • The days run from 10am to 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday. For the safety of our visitors, traders will not be permitted to move their vehicles between 10am and 5pm. • You are not permitted to set up or dismantle your pitch between 10am and 5pm on either day. For the safety of our visitors, leaving the site before 5pm is strictly prohibited. • Those stallholders bringing caravans or trailers onto the site agree to protect the ground on which they park through the use of boards or other suitable protection underneath wheels or jacking legs. • Unless prior permission is gained in writing, trader’s vehicles will be parked in the traders car park before 10am and will not be moved until after 5pm. • All traders agree to clear away their own rubbish at the end of trading. • You will hold public liability insurance and documentary evidence must be present throughout the weekend for inspection. • You are responsible for bringing documentary evidence of current insurance, licences, and proof of training appropriate to your trade. This information MUST be available for inspection throughout the weekend. • If booking electric hook up, electricity points are to be used for display lighting only, unless prior arrangements have been made. Damage resulting from current overload will be charged to your business. • The Organising Committee for the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend will endeavour to accommodate all reasonable requests from stallholders. The Organising Committee’s decision is final. • You agree to comply at all times with the instructions of Events Managers or Safety Officers in regard to matters pertaining to health and safety and/or in case of emergency. • All hazards (for example guy ropes) will be clearly marked. • All health and hygiene regulations will be observed in terms of the preparation, storage and sale of food and drink. • All bottled gas will be stored safely and no open fires or barbecues will be permitted without prior written permission. • In the event of adverse weather (eg flooding) we reserve the right to move your pitch or cancel your pitch at short notice (a full refund will be issued under these circumstances). • Failure to observe the above will forfeit all future applications. * * *