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      Where is the Location of the Marlay Park Changing Places Facility?

      The facility is through the archway in the Marlay Park Courtyard

       

      How do I gain access to the Marlay Park Changing Places Facility

      There is a universal key available that works for Changing Places facilities and other accessible WCs or you can access a key at Brambles (Boland’s) Coffee Shop. Opening hours: 9am - 5.30pm. 

      The Universal Key supplier is Williams Locksmith, 8 Whitefriars, Aungier Street, Dublin 2

      What is the Marlay Park Changing Places Facility?

      This facility is an enhanced accessible toilet that has many features and additional equipment that make them even more accessible than the standard accessible toilets. It has 12m² of floor space, and include both a full room coverage ceiling track hoist, a centrally located toilet bowl with space either side for transfers or assistants, and a height-adjustable adult sized changing bench.

      The facility has been designed to enhance the health, safety, comfort and dignity of someone who may need extra support and additional equipment during personal care tasks.

       

      Markets

      Is there a waiting list?

      Yes. Applications are valid for 12 months from the date received. After 12 months they are removed from the list. 

      How long is the waiting list?

      While applications are stored in order of the date received, spaces are not necessarily given to the next vendor on the list. When a vacancy arises in the market, the relevant market manager will go through every application on the waiting list and select the best product offering for the vacancy.

      The market managers are guided by our selection criteria: -

      Food criteria:

      •  Promotion of organic goods 
      • Promotion of sustainably grown goods  
      • Promotion of local growers 
      • Promotion of an ethnically diverse offering 

      Non-Food criteria

      • Promotion of handmade crafts
      • Promotion of locally source crafts
      • Promotion of local artists
      • Promotion of environmentally friendly products
      •  Promotion of ethnically diverse goods

      While this criteria is a guide for the market managers, new products that may not fit into the criteria may also be selected if it is felt the product offered will appeal to customers and will complement the existing products on sale from other vendors.

      Business Initiative of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Please note – the better your application and the more information provided (including photos, product brochures, website details, etc.) the more likely your product will be selected over another application – this is your chance to promote your product!

      Do you accept Seasonal Vendors?

      Yes. Seasonal applications are for 3 months and applicants can only trade once in 12 month period.  Seasonal applications are only for  produce or products that have a seasonal growing or/and seasonal selling periods, such as fresh fruits and berries in the summer months and Christmas themed products in the winter.

      If you are a seasonal vendor please specify which season you are applying for.

      Will I be the only vendor selling my product?

      We encourage healthy competition in our markets so we can not guarantee you will be the only vendor selling a specific product; however, we endeavour not to have too many vendors selling any one product so every vendor will have a share of the custom. 

      Do you supply any equipment (tables, umbrella, gazebo, etc)?

      No. We do not provide any equipment. The market managers can advise you on the suitability of any umbrellas/gazebos for use in the market once you have been offered a space.

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Recreational Facilities

Where is the Location of the Marlay Park Changing Places Facility?

The facility is through the archway in the Marlay Park Courtyard

 

How do I gain access to the Marlay Park Changing Places Facility

There is a universal key available that works for Changing Places facilities and other accessible WCs or you can access a key at Brambles (Boland’s) Coffee Shop. Opening hours: 9am - 5.30pm. 

The Universal Key supplier is Williams Locksmith, 8 Whitefriars, Aungier Street, Dublin 2

What is the Marlay Park Changing Places Facility?

This facility is an enhanced accessible toilet that has many features and additional equipment that make them even more accessible than the standard accessible toilets. It has 12m² of floor space, and include both a full room coverage ceiling track hoist, a centrally located toilet bowl with space either side for transfers or assistants, and a height-adjustable adult sized changing bench.

The facility has been designed to enhance the health, safety, comfort and dignity of someone who may need extra support and additional equipment during personal care tasks.

 

Markets

Is there a waiting list?

Yes. Applications are valid for 12 months from the date received. After 12 months they are removed from the list. 

How long is the waiting list?

While applications are stored in order of the date received, spaces are not necessarily given to the next vendor on the list. When a vacancy arises in the market, the relevant market manager will go through every application on the waiting list and select the best product offering for the vacancy.

The market managers are guided by our selection criteria: -

Food criteria:

  •  Promotion of organic goods 
  • Promotion of sustainably grown goods  
  • Promotion of local growers 
  • Promotion of an ethnically diverse offering 

Non-Food criteria

  • Promotion of handmade crafts
  • Promotion of locally source crafts
  • Promotion of local artists
  • Promotion of environmentally friendly products
  •  Promotion of ethnically diverse goods

While this criteria is a guide for the market managers, new products that may not fit into the criteria may also be selected if it is felt the product offered will appeal to customers and will complement the existing products on sale from other vendors.

Business Initiative of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Please note – the better your application and the more information provided (including photos, product brochures, website details, etc.) the more likely your product will be selected over another application – this is your chance to promote your product!

Do you accept Seasonal Vendors?

Yes. Seasonal applications are for 3 months and applicants can only trade once in 12 month period.  Seasonal applications are only for  produce or products that have a seasonal growing or/and seasonal selling periods, such as fresh fruits and berries in the summer months and Christmas themed products in the winter.

If you are a seasonal vendor please specify which season you are applying for.

Will I be the only vendor selling my product?

We encourage healthy competition in our markets so we can not guarantee you will be the only vendor selling a specific product; however, we endeavour not to have too many vendors selling any one product so every vendor will have a share of the custom. 

Do you supply any equipment (tables, umbrella, gazebo, etc)?

No. We do not provide any equipment. The market managers can advise you on the suitability of any umbrellas/gazebos for use in the market once you have been offered a space.

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