To date all hospitality workers and health workers have compulsory orders to follow, stallholders must ensure they meet these obligations.
To date all food stalls require a Covid Safe Plan and have compulsory requirements to meet, this includes massage, henna and bodyworks.
The Channon Craft Market Inc is a non-profit community organisation with a “Make, Bake or Grow It” policy that aims to support those stallholders who make all they sell. Stallholders are reminded that priority is given to stalls that support this philosophy.
As of 2001 stall holders are permitted to sell some goods other than what they have made, providing that the goods are appropriate to their craft or service and constitute no more than 25% of their stall product. Limited sites are available for second hand product stalls.
The Channon Craft Market Inc committee and staff reserves the right to not allocate stalls to those who do not meet the above criteria. However, there is some room for negotiation if prior approval is gained from the committee for special interest stalls.
The Channon Craft Market Inc reserves the right to accept or reject any stallholder who does not adhere to the market regulations and guidelines set down by The Channon Craft Market Inc Management Committee and contained within this document.
All stallholders are bound by their stallholder’s declaration and must abide by the Copyright and Trademarks Act, Lismore City Council Licenses, Work Health and Safety Act (2012) and Australian New Zealand Food Standards
Please contact the office if you are interested in or know a band/performer that would be suitable for the market.
The Channon Craft Market Inc is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for all employees/volunteers. It is