Catering Pitches for Catering Vans

by diva collins
(surrey, uk)

this is a fantastic and helpful website.My question is when looking for a pitch, how do we know that we're not treading on someone elses territory.

what happens if we start trading at a pitch we think is free and someone turns up ranting and raving that this is their spot?

Do we need to apply to the council for a particular pitch? when choosing an event to trade at, do we just turn up, first come first served or do we apply to whoever is running the event?

Yours sincerley

Diva and Debbie.

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Jul 29, 2009
Do Your Research For Your Catering Pitch
by: Anonymous

Hi Diva and Debbie,

It’s normally not the case that someone will turn up after you have been trading. If they do turn up and want their pitch back their probably trying to pull the wool over your eyes.
Nonetheless to make sure that this doesn’t happen just ask around and you soon find this out. Or contact your local council who should be able to tell you if anyone trading on their legally.

Sometimes the council can also tell you if a pitch is available for you to rent. As for trading at an event you will have to contact the event organiser, who will allocate you a pitch for a fee. This is something that you will not be able to just turn up and trade at.

Hope this helps you out

Best of luck

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