Paying For Your Trade Stand


Payment for your trade stand must be made by 30 June.  Anyone not paying by this deadline may jeopardise their booking as we will not hold trade stand space which has not been paid for by the deadline.

How To Pay

You can pay for your trade stand in a number of ways.

Cheques made payable to Stanhope Agricultural Society can be sent to:

Ms L Johnstone

Virginia House, 5 North Terrace,


Co. Durham.  DL2 3EE

or you can pay online here.

Simply add the product to your basket and increase the number of feet to correspond with that requested, then click “update quantity” according to the dimensions of the trade stand you wish to book and pay for.

For example if you want 20 feet frontage, change the quantity in your basket to 20.

****2018 BACS Transfers must not be made after 31st July***** Please send a cheque or make payment online by credit or debit card*****

BACS transfers can be made to

Acc No:  30067008

Sort Code: 20-09-44

if paying by BACS please advise by email the General Secretary generalsecretary@stanhopeshow.comin order your payment can be correctly accredited to your application.

Final deadlines for payment are 30th June for trade stand exhibitors.  Please note Gold Standard Exhibitors are required to pay by 31 May.

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