We look forward to welcoming all Non profit vendors to our Games - there is no charge for a space, just pay the entry fee to the games.
We do, however, request that you bring your own table, chairs and tent/canopy.
Please fill out your requirements below to enable us to allocate your space.
Set up is anytime between 5.00pm on Friday and 9.00am on Saturday.
There will be no vehicular traffic allowed onto the field after 8.00am on Saturday due to some competitions starting early.
The following rules are for your protection, your customer's protection, and for the protection of the venue & organisers; they also help to maintain the standards and quality of the Games.
Read carefully prior to booking a space to be sure that your booth complies with them and to avoid any misunderstandings.
Any items for sale at your Not for Profit Space must be suitable for display in a public area. Commercial products must be of a high quality and preferably with a Scottish, Mi'kmaq, Acadian or Canadian theme. Items must not be of an offensive nature. Suitability will be at the sole discretion of the event organiser.
Exhibitors are expected to keep their items neatly displayed at all times and to be at their designated space during the hours the Games are in progress.
All displays, tents, canopies, products and storage boxes must be kept within the dimensions of the space they are allocated and must in no way obstruct or endanger the neighbouring people or areas.
If you are having a walk-in booth, you must provide adequate walk-in space within your designated area.
All garbage is the responsibility of the vendor and must be removed after the Games have ended.
Smoking, drinking of alcohol, and recorded music are not permitted in the exhibition areas.
Due to the nature of the event & restrictions of traffic, exhibitors shall not disassemble, pack up or remove any part of their display prior to the official closing time unless in an absolute emergency. An official must be contacted in this case.
Each vendor is responsible for adhering to provincial, and municipal regulations and restrictions regarding their individual stock. Collection of HST & GST & Insurance is the responsibility of the registered exhibitors.
The organisers & venue accept no liability for any dispute, loss, damage, injury or death arising from your attendance at the Colchester Highland Games & Gathering.
Please read the rules prior to filling out the form.
If your vehicle has to remain on the field during the day please note this in the additional comments box with details as this is only by prior arrangement and may alter where you are placed on the field.
Further information will be available in the lead up to the games on this page with regards parking/set up etc... Watch this space!