JOIN OUR TEAM OF TRADERS
We are always on the look out for new traders to join our market. We have a range of opportunities from food events, speciality markets and of course our traditional market.
If you have an idea or a product or service that you feel would fit what we are trying to achieve then please take a read of our values and mission and then if you feel you fit please complete the form below and read through the checklist at the bottom of this page.
What all traders need before commencement:
Traders must supply a copy of their Public Liability Insurance, providing minimum cover of £5m.
Proof of right to work in the UK and evidence of home address
All applicants must provide documents that demonstrate that they have the legal right to work in the UK as a trader. Radcliffe market will use the criteria set out by the UK Border Agency to determine this. As per their website:
Proof of food registration
Traders selling food must supply copies of their hygiene certificates and be registered with their local Environmental Health Authority.
Risk assessment(Food Businesses)
Traders cooking food must supply the market management with a completed risk assessment.
DBS check (Kid’s events)
Any traders supplying a child event service must present their DBS check annually. Where this is required traders cannot commence trading or organising activities before such has been provided.
Trader basic information
Traders must complete an information sheet providing basic details (name address, etc).
What the Market will provide for you:
A trader agreement
Please see the separate document. This details our terms, conditions and agreed payments.
As described above we have clear guidelines on the way you should promote your business.
All trader signage is subject to our sizing and branding policy. We provide these items at cost to traders.
As described above we have clear guidelines on the packaging we permit on site.
Refuse and waste guidelines
As described above we have clear guidelines on the way traders should reduce and deal with waste to maximise re-use and recycling.