Market Lane Stand Applications

How to Apply

All Market Lane Stands must be applied for online, except in exceptional circumstances when you can contact the Event Co-ordinator  –  David Hitcham for a Paper Copy:          [email protected]

The closing date for Applications is Monday 19th August 2024 after which a Late Entry Fee of £75 will apply.

To make an online application, fill in the form below and click Submit application.

Payment and booking confirmation

No payment is taken at this stage. When you click Submit application you will see confirmation that we have received and are reviewing your application. If your application is accepted we will contact you by email to arrange payment. Once payment is made you will receive a booking confirmation.


If your online application is successful, you will receive an invoice summarising your Stand costs. Please retain this as your receipt and there is no VAT payable. 

Market Lane Stand rules

All Market Lane Stands must comply with the following rules:

  • There are strictly no vehicle movements, without prior permission, on or off the Showground between the hours of 8.30am and 5.30pm on Show day.
  • If you are mowing the grass on your stand, you must either dispose of the cuttings off site (to comply with National Trust regulations), and/or the Show will provide a receptacle for disposal on site. Please enquire at the Showground Office as appropriate.
  • Copies of our Safeguarding, and Equality and Diversity Policies are available here. You are asked to comply with them.
  • The information within this application form and supporting documentation is for the sole use of The Aylsham Agricultural Show Association Limited (AASA). Please see our Privacy Policy for full details.
  • The AASA recommends that Show Exhibitors and Caterers use biodegradable items whenever possible.
  • Traders may be inspected on the day and failure to provide the correct certification as requested in this form may result in you being unable to trade.
  • The Show is legally required to submit a list to Broadland District Council of all Food and Drink Suppliers at the Show. Broadland District Council may then forward this to other Councils as appropriate.

Application Form

Stand costs
Minimum 6 metres frontage
Depth 6 metres
Additional metres (per metre)
Electric 16amp hook-ups
Please select the number of electric hook-ups you require
Electric 32amp hook-ups
Please select the number of electric hook-ups you require
Is a WiFi connection required?
NB: The WIFI will only work if you have a mobile phone with Bluetooth card reader, or a stand alone card reader with 3/4G which is WIFI enabled. If you only have an older stand alone card reader with 3/4G which is not WIFI enabled, it is not likely to work with the very poor mobile phone signal at Blickling.
Do you require WiFi for a VPN?
Do you require WiFi for online EPOS?
Showground vehicle pass
You will require a pass for each vehicle you intend to bring to the Showground on Show day. Each pass will admit one vehicle and the driver, and one other adult (who must be trade stand staff) before 8.30am only. For deliveries before Show day, this pass will not be required and you will simply report to the Showground Office.
Late Entry Fee (if applying after 19th August 2024)
Failure to include this for a late application will result in your application being rejected.
Additional Other Admission Tickets
Memberships (if required) for Double Ticket
If you would also like to become a Show Member, please select this option. This will give you two additional Admission Tickets and two Members badges.
Total: £

Business information
Booking Guidelines/Terms and Conditions*
Further business information
Are you bringing a marquee/gazebo to the Show?*
Insurance policy documents
Do you have employer liability insurance?*
Health and safety
Electrical items conditions*
Fire safety terms*
Will you be bringing a silent running generator, or other power unit which might be part of your catering vehicle or hospitality unit?*
Traders Using LPG – Questions and Information
Are you bringing LPG or equivalent to the Show?*
Do you have an inspection/gas safety certificate for the appliances and pipe work, and are all hose connections made with “crimped” fastenings?*
Are cooking appliances fixed securely on a firm non-combustible heat insulating base and surrounded by shields or similar material on three sides?*
Do the shields provide an adequate and effective barrier of at least 600mm between the heat source and any combustible material?*
Have you ensured that no combustible materials can be blown against, or fall onto the apparatus?*
Are the LPG cylinders kept outside, or within a specific ventilated unit, secured in the upright position and out of the reach of the general public?*
Do you ensure that only those cylinders in use are kept at your unit/stall? *
(Spares should be kept to a minimum and in line with any specific conditions for the event)
Are the gas cylinders readily accessible to enable easy isolation in case of an emergency?*
Are the cylinders located away from entrances, emergency exits and circulation areas?*
Do you ensure that gas supplied is isolated at the cylinder, as well as the appliance when the apparatus is not in use and the appliances are fitted with full flame safety devices on all burners that are not readily visible?*