Stall Rates & Trading

Basic Requirements to become a trader

Anyone trading on Nuneaton or Bedworth Market will need a minimum of £5,000,000 public liability. This insurance can be purchased through any reputable insurance company or via organisations such National Market Traders Federation. Proof of public liability insurance will need to be shown before trading commences. Public Liability can start from as little as £50.

Food traders will also be required to be registered with the local Environmental Health Department and have all relevant food handling and hygiene certification.

Traders must be 18 years of age or older.

National Support

Operated by market traders for market traders, the National Market Traders Federation (NMTF) was formed to collectively represent the interest of market traders.

The National Market Traders Federation can provide advice and information on any aspect of markets, market trading and business insurance. The federation also represents traders on a local, national and international level with the aim of enhancing the industry and preserving the livelihoods of its members.

Market Stall Rates

All new traders to Nuneaton or Bedworth market will start on a casual basis providing them with the opportunity to try our market before committing to a permanent licence. Once a trader has traded on our markets for 8 weeks, they will be invited to become a permanent licenced trader, the benefits associated with becoming a permanent licenced trader are:

  1. Retain regular pitch
  2. Trade 52 weeks a year pay for 47
  3. Pay for stall by invoice
  4. Discretionary sickness credits
  5. A listing on our market website

To support new traders and encourage a balanced attractive mix of products, we offer a discount for the first 4 weeks to any new trader offering a product line not currently represented on our market (Nuneaton only). The discounted rate is £20 per stall per trading day. After 4 weeks the stall rate will revert to our standard rates as shown below:

Nuneaton Market Rates

Bedworth Market Rates