Wessex Folk Festival

Weymouth Harbour  31st May, 1st June, 2nd June 2019

Trade Stalls at Wessex Folk Festival

Our trade stalls are hand-picked to enhance the Festival's exciting, friendly atmosphere. Selling everything from gourmet food to hand-made shoes and really cool Hippy clothes, there is something for everyone and ooh sooo much to browse! This year we have more trade stalls than ever, so come on down and enjoy!


Only the best at Wessex Folk Fest!

Applying for a Trade Stall Pitch at Wessex Folk Festival


Trade pitches are very popular and space is very limited so we can't guarantee a pitch for every applicant. For this reason we apply certain rules and criteria:

We give priority to previous traders

We are very strict about the size of our pitches (3 x 3 metres gazebos only)

We pick trade stalls that we think fit with the folk festival ethos and atmosphere

We are only allowed a certain number of alcohol stalls

We don't duplicate the main type of food on more than one stall

We don't have paper forms to complete for applications but to apply, please complete the contact form and we will get back to you. Payment is made via this website but PLEASE DON'T MAKE ANY PAYMENT UNTIL WE ACCEPT YOUR APPLICATION AND SAY YOU CAN HAVE A PITCH


Traders' Ts & Cs


Thank you

Ann Newman (Committee Member I/C Trade Stalls)

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Fudge Cottage for that lipsmacking yumminess! Take home a special treat for your loved ones - and yourself of course! You can't miss this one - right near the Town Bridge

Taste of Thailand - Good and Spicy - in the 'Food Village' near the Harbour Stage

Dorset Brewing Company - locally made real ales and other drinks. Ideally placed in Hope Square so you don't have to miss any of the music while you top up your drinks!












One Stop Morris Shop - all the bells and whistles you need for Morris dancing! Find them at the end of Cove Row, just past The Old Rooms, near the Morris Dancing site

Weymouth Cider Company Bar - more of an outdoor pub really, selling all manner of drinks as well as local ciders. Situated right on the harbourside, near the Harbour Stage and with its own seating area, this is the ideal place for locals and visitors to meet up with friends old and new. NEW - VISIT OUR SEAFOOD STALL, FRESH READY TO EAT SEAFOOD SNACKS (next door to the bar)

Gourmet Burgers - whopping great burgers made with real fresh meat. Proper job! Find them in the 'Food Village' near the Harbour Stage

Khana provides festivals and fairs with authentic, freshly cooked Nepali street food. We offer two curry options complemented by salad and chutney options. Our speciality is two types of pakora - deep fried Nepali vegetable fritters flavoured with our special blend of spices; and our masala chips - chunky, fresh chips topped with spicy tomato sauce, fresh coriander, and diced onion. Everything freshly cooked on site!












Fiddles for Folk - hand-made violins (see ad above) Find fiddles opposite The King's Arms

Dragonfly of Totnes

Fair trade hand-made shoes, clothes, jewellery and accessories. 






















Young at Heart clothing - beautiful ladies' Hippy type dresses, tops and coats. Find this wonderful, colourful stall in Hope Square, next to the Galley Restaurant. 

Fantastic Sausage Factory freshly roasted pork and handmade sausages - Yum! In the 'Food Village' near the Harbour Stage

Dorset Artisan Cheeses - Award-winning hand-made cheeses. All made with natural ingredients and matured to perfection - this stall is to be discovered along Cove Row, nearly at the far Morris Dance site. 

Magnetic Healing Bracelets - beautiful pieces of jewellery, made from natural metals such as copper, said to have healing properties - the ideal gift! This stall is next to the Rotary Cider bar, along the harbour

Jazzicat Jewellery - Angelic hand-made silver jewellery - guaranteed to put a smile on the face of the receiver! Find this stall opposite The Old Rooms

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