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Chance to get free tickets to BBC sitcom Mrs. Brown’s Boys

September 28th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

Here is a chance to sit free in the audience to watch the BBC sitcom recording for Mrs. Brown's Boys Christmas Specials. Although you may get it free, you have to travel to Glasgow to watch the recording. The comedy sensation, which was voted as best sitcom of 21st century, became a phenomenon, and is now back in the form of 2 episodes for Christmas this year, where Brendan... Read More»

Hundreds of free fitness and sport sessions offered across Cumbria

September 27th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

The Go Active Weekend will see hundreds of free sessions, taster days and vouchers being offered across Cumbria, on 1st and 2nd October. This weekend, anyone interested can try out canoeing or even martial arts. Or go with Go Ape just swinging, or go cycling across a lake. Or try winning a session at Furness Boxing Club. Or hire a kayak for a half-day session. As part of the... Read More»

New Bubbenhall nature reserve to be opened

September 26th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has a new nature reserve to open on the outskirts of Coventry, thanks to more than £130,000 worth of legacy donations got. The donations were left by local people in their wills to be gifted to the charity. Communications officer at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Louise Barrack, said they were excited to open the new nature reserve. They had been for a number of years putting together... Read More»

Black History Month to be celebrated across Enfield

September 25th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

The celebrations for the Black History Month will betaking place all across Enfield, throughout October. The annual festival will host a series of events, all through the month, in recognition of contributions made to the borough and UK by black people. The event will be showcasing many workshops, live performances and music, honouring the history, culture and achievements of the black community. Free taster sessions will be offered in... Read More»

Free rides in heritage buses around Skipton

September 24th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

Pennine buses belonging to the company that wound up in 2014, will be offering free rides to commuters in Craven (North Yorkshire) on 8th October, Saturday. The three buses are to spend a whole day, re-visiting some of the routes they ran earlier for the former bus service. On Saturday, hourly bus services will start form Skipton Bus Station and run to Embsay, Carleton and then around the Horse... Read More»

Launch of Arts by the Sea festival by free fiery event

September 23rd, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

A free explosive, fiery event will light up the launch of the Arts by the Sea Festival at Bournemouth town centre (on southern coast of England), on 8th October, Saturday, with fiery jets providing a fantastic backdrop, called the Inferno. The Mr. Wilsons Second Liners, the 90s rave-come-New Orleans brass band will perform with this backdrop. The free ticketed event launches the Arts by the Sea festival here. Outdoor... Read More»

Free tickets to fireworks display at Hull City Of Culture opening

September 22nd, 2016 by Sandy Under News

A free fireworks spectacle will light up the sky in Hull, above the Humber, on 1st January, 2017, for the opening of Hull City of Culture event. To get the best view one has to get a free ticket, of which tens of thousands will be made available. It will begin at sharp 8:17pm (or 20:17) on New Year's Day. On a date yet to be confirmed in October,... Read More»

Children with disability offered free family play sessions

September 21st, 2016 by Sandy Under News

The Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is offering children and young people having any disability, along with their families, free family play sessions with wildlife themed activities. The Aiming High sessions are being held this summer, first on 24th September (Saturday) at Highgate Common, near Wombourne, again on 25th September (Sunday) in Apedale Country Park, at Newcastle-under-Lyme and on 27th October (Thursday), between Stone and Rugeley, at the Wolseley Centre. The... Read More»

The Ancient High House to host free craft show

September 20th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

The Ancient High House, on Greengate Street, Stafford, will be hosting on 1st October, Saturday, from 10:00am to 4:00pm, various crafts from the world of sewing, stitching, knitting and embroidery, plus a variety of other material crafts. The Borough Broderers will be in residence at the museum displaying and demonstrating a variety of arts and sometimes give the chance to try them out to the public viewing the event.... Read More»

Banbury Parkrun’s second birthday has beach theme

September 19th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

A beach themed event marks the second birthday of Banbury's Parkrun. What started off as a national movement in 2004 in London's Bushy Park, has grown massively today to have over 350 parkruns hosted all over the country. The free event  marking 2 years, on 24th September, is inviting the public to attend the anniversary dressed in a beach or Hawaiian theme, at Spiceball Park, starting from 8:30am. The event features... Read More»

Free capoeira martial arts classes in Acton

September 18th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

The Kingston-based Brazilian martial arts school, the Marcus-Cabeca's School of Capoeira, is offering free classes in Acton. The Acton Reynolds Sports Centre, Gunnersbury Lane, will be running the classes right up to 26th October. The capoeira school celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. It has been given funding under the FreeSport initiative and is running the classes for those aged 12 years to 22 years at the venue located... Read More»

Teignmouth Library to host free computer classes for beginners

September 17th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

The Teignmouth Library will be hosting free computer classes to help beginners to start using the computer and internet. The free classes will start running from 1st October, at 10:00am, and will start once every 2 months, all through the year. The classes are run by Silver Surfers, a community interest company that helps people to dispel fears, that many older people have, of using a computer or tablet,... Read More»

Spalding to host free writing workshop with friends theme

September 16th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

Emily Midorikawa will be holding next month a one-off writing workshop on the theme of friendship. The author who earlier taught creative-writing here, is returning on 15th October, Saturday, to hold this free workshop which is open to both men and women, that will permit participants to explore the different ways of writing about friendship, plus offer them a chance to make new friends here. Emily used to teach... Read More»

Pole dancing horse show at Aintree Racecourse

September 15th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

A pole dancing horses show will take place at the Aintree International Equestrian Centre, on Omskirk Road, in Liverpool, over the weekend and event starting on 16th September (Friday) and ending on 18th September (Sunday). The Lusitano Breed Show will feature pole dancing horses and there will be evenings of entertainment over the 3 days. As it is a free show, anyone can come to see it. The... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- September, Week 2, 2016

September 14th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Free outdoor music in Highbridge town centre; b) Make and Create free event comes to Brixton; c) Get free sample of DKNY Be Tempted fragrance. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Free outdoor music in Highbridge town centre A free event of outdoor music will be held in Highbridge town centre, on 18th September (Sunday). The free... Read More»

Free parkland running event coming to Hanbury Hall

September 13th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

Parkland running is a popular event and the first one in the region will land at Hanbury Hall, playing host to the Trusts 10, on 25th September, Sunday, with the start at 900am. Pioneering this initiative is the National Trust, which has created across UK, a series of 10km routes. It hopes to encourage as many people as possible to get outdoors and to take part, which is also... Read More»

The Dunmow Carnival is bigger than ever this year

September 12th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

The Dunmow Carnival is back this year on 17th September (Saturday), with more music, big parades and fireworks too, to be held at the Recreation Grounds of the historic market town of Great Dunmow, in the Uttlesford district of Essex. The free event will start at the Angel & Harp pub at 1:00pm, with the procession winding its way through Market Place to the High Street and then going... Read More»

Get ready for the inaugural Kenilworth Arts Festival

September 11th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

The historic town of Kenilworth will be hosting the inaugural Kenilworth Arts Festival from 12th September to 18th September, across a range of venues, on a full programme. The free festival event will feature an open-air event, to be held in beautiful Abbey Fields and also feature various events, activities and workshops. A broad spectrum of cultural fields will be represented by a number of critically acclaimed artists. The... Read More»

Free parking lottery gets iconic movie cars to launch

September 10th, 2016 by Sandy Under News

The Broadwalk Centre will see four-wheeled movie stars driving in, as the Edgware shopping centre in London launches on 17th September, a free parking competition. The new Number Plate Lottery is a campaign to promote the centre's car park, by offering customers, parking in the car park, a chance to win a whole month of free parking. The pair of cars, both replicas, one the famous Batmobile from the 1989 movie... Read More»

Ordsall to host free sports and community festival

September 9th, 2016 by Sandy Under Freebies

Ordsall will see a free sports and community festival being hosted by a community group this weekend, on 10th September. This event on Saturday capitalises on the spirit and interest generated in Britain by the Olympics and Paralympic events. The Ordsall Community Cafe, on Tatton Street, in Salford of Greater Manchester, is inviting both adults and children of Salford, to try out new sporting activities at the event. The... Read More»