'BABY FAIR - NEARLY NEW SALE'
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Thank you for enquiring about selling at the 'BABY FAIR - NEARLY NEW SALE'. Whether this is your first sale or you are a regular, we wish to welcome you and hope you have a profitable sale. However, if you want to participate, follow the instructions. These instructions are designed to ensure the quality of the items and ease of running the sale. We retain the right to refuse the sale of goods which do not comply with our instructions. We wish you a happy and prosperous sale.
Persons requiring space at the event
Space is provided on a first come first served basis. 'Recycle 4 Children' charges for space at the sale which is payable when placing your booking. The only cost to the seller is for the hire of the sales space where you can place a table or a rail to display your goods. Each space is 6ft wide is suitable for a 6ft wide table or rail. If you do not have a suitable table, you can order one at the same time that you book your space. They are £5 for the day, one space being suitable for one table only. As the isles must be kept clear of obstruction at all times, please be sure to book enough space for the display of items you wish to sell.
Clothes are best clearly sorted and labeled by sex and age e.g. (0-3 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years, 2-3 years etc). The pre-sorting of items before the sale will improve the amount of items that you will sell and cause less confusion to purchasers. Make sure that all items are washed, ironed and presentable.
The doors will open one hour prior to the start of the sale for vendors to assemble their goods.
At the end of the sale any rubbish or packing must be taken away and disposed of away from the venue in a correct manner.
If you have unsold goods at the end of the sale it will be your responsibility to remove them from the hall. We can happily suggest a number of charities that would be grateful for your unsold items but we can not arrange collection or delivery.
Please note: we accept NO responsibility for any transactions between vendors and the general public
Items that CAN be sold at this sale
Baby and children’s clothes to age 8. Good condition, clean, ironed items that look nearly new.
Similar sized items can be sold as outfits, individually or in groups e.g. 3 tops age 6-9 months. If sold in groups they should be clearly marked and or fastened together.
Baby grows, vests, socks and other small similar items may be wrapped and sold in a clear packet or plastic bags.
No items should have a drawstring neck.
Fancy dress items up to age eight.
Baby sleeping bags.
Nursery equipment - stair gates, bed guards, highchairs, bedding, slings, mobiles, potties etc.
Stair gates and bed guards must have the correct fittings with no small items (like wing nuts) that might be detached and swallowed by a small child. Check that gaps and openings are not wide enough to trap a baby’s head.
Toys, games, jigsaws, videos, DVD’s, books and general play equipment. These must be complete and in good working order. Small books or baby toys may be tied /displayed together in a clear bag and sold as a group. All toys and games must be complete with no sharp edges, peeling paint or seams coming apart etc.
All toys should bear the CE or lion mark to show they meet approved safety standard.
Ensure toys with multiply parts are secured to the main body of the toy or parts may be lost.
Children’s slippers or Wellington boots (no shoes).
Prams (pushchairs and buggies). Items that confirm to British Safety Standard BS7409 will be permanently marked as such. A safety notice must be visible on the vehicle. The brakes must be sound and have locks on both back wheels. Supply the manufacturer’s instructions if possible.
Items that can NOT be sold at this sale
Jumble, third hand goods or out of date equipment. Products are becoming safer all the time, but many products designed for babies are not built to last. Also, fashions and styles change very quickly and dated items just do not sell well. Stained, torn or well-worn clothes, damaged toys or dirty equipment can not be displayed for sale.
Mains powered electrical equipment that is out of guarantee.
Car seats (including ‘travel system’ car seats).
Bicycle and crash helmets.
Bicycle with saddles taller than 635mm when tyres are fully inflated.
Mattresses (excluding travel cot mattresses).
Baby walkers (the sit in variety with wheels).
Hand knitted clothing and hand knitted toys.
Any item with a drawstring around the neck.
Any footwear apart from jellies and Wellington boots.
If you are selling prams/pushchairs/buggies we are obliged to draw your attention to the following:
Second-hand wheeled child conveyances (i.e. prams and pushchairs) must now conform to the following regulations with effect form 1st May 2003. They must conform to British Standard 7409 (or an equivalent European Standard) and must be permanently marked BS 7409:1996, together with the name or trademark of the manufacturer or importer.
There must be a permanent notice on the vehicle, which must state, "Children should be harnessed in at all times and should never be left unattended..."
Instructions in English must be supplied with each vehicle. These are to be headed: IMPORTANT, KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE and must include instructions relating to operation, assembly, use and maintenance.
If you have lost your original instructions, please check the manufacturer’s website or contact the manufacturer for a replacement copy. We regret that any prams, buggies or pushchairs not meeting all of these conditions will not be permitted to be sold.
Although you can sell a Travel System pram at a NNS, you cannot sell a Travel System's car seat. You may attach a note to the Travel System inviting enquiries from buyers to purchase the car seat privately at a later date or away from the NNS, but you are NOT allowed to include the car seat in the price of the Travel System. Also, you are NOT allowed to bring the car seat inside the venue of the NNS under any circumstances.
Minimum price 50p, increasing in multiples of 50p.
Suggested price guide
Think carefully about how much you would be prepared to pay for any items you are trying to sell and be realistic in pricing. If you are desperate to get rid of items price competitively.
All clothes must be clean and ironed.
Baby grows £1-£2 maternity dress £4-£12 single pushchair £15-£20
Coats £2-£10 maternity trousers £2-£7 double pushchair £40-£60
Dresses £2-£6 jigsaws £1-£3 pushchair/pram £60-£120cot
Trousers £2-£8 high chair £10-£30 sit and rides £3-£6
Jumpers £2-£6 child booster seat £4-£6 Carry slings £5-£8 stair gate £5-£12 mattress) £10-£40
Labeling your items
You must label goods clearly to ensure the smooth running of your sale.
We advise that you label your goods like this.
E.g. DRESS 6 -12 months £2.00
Only use labels that will not damage the clothes when removed. We suggest that you could use masking tape.
Whilst every care will be taken with goods left for sale, 'Recycle 4 Children' cannot be held responsible for any money / items lost damaged, stolen, or any monetary discrepancies that may arise and no payment will be made in respect of such items. 'Recycle 4 Children' cannot be held liable for loss, damage or injury arising out of goods purchased from stall holders.
Important Information: Data Protection Act
'Recycle 4 Children' will store sellers’ details on a so that we can inform you of upcoming Sales etc. This information will NOT be passed on to any party. If you do NOT wish to have your details stored in this way, please confirm this when booking online.