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Remember the good old days of the 1940s? Maybe not, but there will definitely be members of your community who do and would like to take a trip down memory lane at a tea dance.Who? Tea ...


They say laughter breaks down barriers and feasting is good for the soul so why not combine them for a night of curry and comedy. This event is best run in partnership with a local rest...


Celebrate your Gaelic roots or just dance the night away; even the most reticent dancers find it hard to keep in their seats at a Ceilidh!Who? Ceilidh’s are often run by schools, ...


Many great artists are turning their backs on the stage and bright lights in favour of the more intimate house gig. This is an opportunity to invite your neighbours, friends, and others...


Most people have invited a few friends over for a summer barbecue, but how about doing it for the whole street, or outside your church for a Sunday lunch, or in the local park?Who? You ...


A fashion show is always ‘en vogue’. This event provides a great opportunity for a fun night out, bursting with creativity whilst also bringing to the forefront some of the ...


It isn’t just children who like to escape into Narnia or Never-land. A good story can capture the attention of almost anyone and storytelling is a great way to bring a diverse gro...


Sports unite people of all ages, races and backgrounds. Putting on a community sports day could be a brilliant way to bring the whole community together.Who? You can either direct your ...


Watching a movie can be fun. Being part of the movie, singing along, booing the bad guys and cheering the good ones, in a movie themed room, dressed as the characters with lots of other...

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