Stalls at One World Festival

The New Mills One World Festival was established in 1990 and is now recognised as the region’s annual free open air festival celebrating themes of peace, the environment, cultural diversity, community, and world development.

After a years's break concentrating on recruiting volunteers, we are back with renewed vigour.

This year's thems is "Make New Mills Fantastic - Try to Use Less Plastic".

A stall is a great way to share your message with members of the public. Charities, campaign groups, other non-commercial organisations and representatives from the local business community are welcome. There will also be a ‘Conversation Tent’ and stall holders are able to book a slot in the tent if they wish to give a short talk or demonstration to a small group of people on their organisation or the services they provide.

As the festival is free to the public and funded entirely by fundraising activities, grants and donations, we ask all stall holders to contribute on the day towards the One World Festival's costs. Organisations run entirely by volunteers usually contribute at least £5 and those with paid staff upwards of £10. We also ask stall holders to have some information on their stall (or even theme their stall) on what action they are taking to reduce the use of single-use plastic, so as to fit into the theme for this year's festival "Make New Mills Fantastic...try to use less Plastic"

For further information or to book a stall, please e-mail us at info@oneworldfestival.org

 

Amnesty International (Glossop)
Breastmates Breastfeeding Support
Chernobyl Children's Project
C L I M B
High Peak FairTrade
High Peak Foodbank + Zink Employability
High Peak Green party
High Peak Nappy Library
High Peak Unite Community
Music in Hospitals and Care
New Mills Allotment & Gardening Society
New Mills and Hayfield Labour Party
New Mills Festival
New Mills Foodie Friends
New Mills Walkers are Welcome
New Mills Womens Group
New Mills Volunteer Centre
Stockport for Peace
Stockport Green party
Stockport Humanists
Take Part.. in the Art

Torrs Hydro

Transition New Mills