Payment of all Market Fees is made prior to the acceptance into the Markets
The Saturday morning markets will commence at 7.00am until 2.00pm in Wyndham & Arthur Streets, Roma.
The Sunday morning markets will commence at 8.00am until 1.00pm at Bassett Park, Roma located on Northern Road.
All stallholders must maintain a high quality presentation of products and stall layout.
Setting up of Saturday market stalls are not to commence prior to 4.30am Saturday.
Setting up of the Sunday market stalls can be undertaken if wished on the Saturday afternoon.
Any activity for, or against, or connected with the candidacy of any person(s) for office at Federal, State, or Local Government level, or for office in any organization is prohibited.
Location requests will be met where possible, but suitability and stall allocation decisions rest solely with Easter in the Country Inc.
Stallholders must be available to attend a site meeting at Roma post office steps with the Market Co-ordinator on the Friday evening prior to the Saturday morning markets at 4.00pm or if you are going to be late or unable to attend the meeting please make contact with the Market Co-ordinator on 0459521196.
Fees will not be refunded for any cancellations.
Stallholders may not swap stall locations, or set up outside the designated stall area. Areas between stalls are public access ways and must be kept clear and open at all times.
Any umbrella, tent, awning or other structure erected by the stallholder, must be secured. Stallholders are responsible to ensure that any structure does not compromise the safety of the public.Welcome to Roma’s Easter in the Country Festival’s 2018 COUNTRY MARKETS.
Access to power is limited. If you require a powered site this must be indicated on your application. Powered sites incur an additional fee per site. It is the stallholder’s responsibility to ensure that all electrical appliances and leads are tagged by a qualified electrician and must be available for inspection at all times. Appliances that have not been tagged by a qualified electrician must not be used. Any leads placed across public thoroughfare ie footpaths must be covered with approved rubber matting and taped down with gaffer tape.
The Easter in the Country Committee is recommending that those requiring powered sites provide their own generator to power the site. If this does occur the site applied for should be an unpowered site. The generator noise must be kept to a minimum.