Though it's known as the newer terminus – York is also home to an old, disused Victorian railway – York Railway Station was first built in 1877. It's a key (read: busy) station on the map. Connecting Scotland and the north west, north east, midlands and the south. With almost nine million passengers passing through each year.
Meet a big bunch of them here, with a launch inside the station. This listing is for an open pitch right near the entrance – prepare for busy days introducing your idea to commuters, tourists and residents returning home. There’s currently no stall, equipment or power: every detail is up to you.
Close by there’s a Starbucks, The Duke of York pub, WHSmith and Costa Coffee. Stand out as being new, independent and refreshing to passengers.
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The local area
There’s no equipment, set up or or power source provided so you’ll need to bring your own.
Coffee is not permitted.
Tenants must bring their own stand and equipment - nothing is provided by the landlord (including power or water). The space must be cleared by the tenant at the end of the tenancy, with all rubbish removed from the site.
You must attend a mandatory safety briefing with station staff prior to your first day of trading. Please ask your concierge for station management details to arrange this - this cannot be conducted on your first day of trading.
You are not permitted to set up for trading between the hours of 07.00 – 09.30am.
Any trader using a vehicle to unload from must be off site by 7am. If you breach this or if you are late then you will not be permitted to unload on to the forecourt.
Please ensure you have a copy of your up to date public liability insurance, hygiene certificate, PAT testing certificates and Fire equipment certificates on your person at all times. These are mandatory to trade.
The pitch size will be a maximum of 2m x 2m and may be reduced in depth to 1m when more than one pitch is booked.
Monday - Sunday 7am - 9pm
Rules outlined in the welcome pack must be adhered too.