If you have any questions, queries or concerns regarding these Terms and Conditions or website, please contact us at: http://www.freesia-events.com/contact/ and will will try to answer you comments or concerns within 24 hours.
This website is owned and operated by Freesia Events. Freesia Events is part of the Freesia Group, Salou. The Freesia Group is a legally registered (NIF: G-43882273), Salou based, non-profit organisation, founded in 2002/3, organising regular events throughout the year to raise money for our supported Cancer Charities here in Spain.
All the profits from the activities and events we organise goes directly to the three cancer charities we support. They are:
The Freesia group is run exclusively by a local team of VOLUNTEERS, giving their own valuable time and energy for this very worthy cause. Freesia volunteers organise all the events, put up posters, collect the money, control the sellers, man the food, drink and the Freesia stalls at all our organised events. All the money collected and donated goes directly to our supported cancer charities and the ambiance of the event should be based on this.
You can reserve a plot, space or table at any of the events we orgaise by using the appropriate booking form on this website. You will then receive a confirmation email that includes information about your reservation and an idenification number that relates to your booking. You must print out this email confirmation and bring it to the event you have booked for, or alternative have it saved on your mobile device. Without this identification number to confirm your booking you may be refused entry.
Our online booking process requires that you provide details of your name, NIF/NIE or passport number. Also phone number and a contact email address plus a basic description of what you intend to sell. The legal requirements of all Freesia run events is that this information must be provided to the local Salou Police department upon request.
The Freesia Group holds its annual Christmas Fair event inside Salou’s townhall Civic Center (TAS) building. The Christmas Fair is for the sale of new, festive and decorative products and services related to Christmas and the festive period only and is not intended to sell general second hand goods which can be sold through our usual series of Carboot sales throughout the year.
Freesia will provide and decorate the tables for sellers to use at the Fair. Sellers will donate 15 euros per table to us for their use. Each table provided measures 180cm x 80cm giving enough space for a normal Christmas themed stall. A maximum of four tables can be booked.
In order to have a space for selling at any of the carboot sales which we organise, you must book online first using our website. The individual spaces that you book are about 4 metres wide and 3 metres deep which is sufficient space to hold a normal sized car, small van or 4×4 car parked vertically with a table infront of it. The cost of donation per individual plot is 10 euros, which goes in full to the Freesia Group and the charities we support. Without your booking number you may be refused entry.
The Freesia Carboot Sales are held five times per year at the car park in front of the Salou Town Hall. Entrance to each event for those who have booked through our system is via Calle Pere Gales, in front of Salou CAP (Centro de Atención Primaria) between 08:00am and 09:00am allowing time to setup.
Professional traders and/or commercial market traders or sellers will not be allowed access and for public safety reasons, large vehicles, vans or trailers will be refused entry into the market area. It must be cars only which includes 4×4 cars and small type vans registered as turismo.
Freesia Carboot sales are for the sale of second hand goods only and NOT a market for the sale of new items, food or part of a business activity. You must bring your own table(s) racking or benches to sell from and we do not allow blankets on the floor. You must not sell or attempt to sell for whatever reason hazardous, dangerous, corrosive or flammerble substancies or chemicals at any of our events.
At all the events we organise, sellers take full responsibility for the items they are selling and they must be the rightful owners of these goods. Under no circumstancies must any seller at any carboot sale sell or attempt to sell for financial gain any item which is stolen, counterfeit, dangerous or defective in anyway. The local police can ask for identification or proof of ownership.
You must declare any profit or financial gain you have made as a result of selling your personal items at one of our events to the Spanish tax office (Hacienda), and you may request and be given a reciept from us for the donation you have made.
By attending any of the events organised by the Freesia Group, you agree without question to respect other people at the event and their property, sellers or buyers. You must refrain from abusive, racist or sexual comments to another person, comply with all current legislation regading noise, hygiene, cleaning of your area after attending an event or other such local rules and regulations that are applicable. The local Salou police will be patrolling the area and are on hand to remove any persons which do not complying with any of these conditions.
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