For event organisers



Event type
Part of the planning process is to decide the theme of your event, traditional fetes, fairs and fun days are all great fun, but if your event is identical and predictable year after year you run the risk of the event becoming stale, it stops attracting new visitors and consequently your funds raised or profits reduce.

Is there anything that can be done to liven your event up a little bit to attract more than just the committee members and family friends? One suggestion is to have a different theme for your event every year, start with looking at commemorative historical dates, national special dates and occasions.





Planning intro
Planning for a successful event.
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Plan early
Start planning as early as possible.
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Your event aims
Establish what your event is to achieve.
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Event type
Fete, fun day or themed event?
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Delegate tasks
Set up a committee and delegate tasks.
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When and where
Time and place to hold your event.
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Financial planning
New events can need initial funding.
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On the day
Last minute tips.
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