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Free taster sessions ahead by Northumbria University students

April 26th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

Fashion design students will be among those students displaying their work in taster sessions from the University of Northumbria University, ahead of the degree shows of the summer. The students will be offering a sneak preview of fashion creations on the fashion catwalk, in a special preview event in May. Northumbria University will be giving free taster sessions of its degree shows, both locally as well as in London... Read More»

Towcester Food Festival hosts free circus for children

April 25th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

The Towcester Food Festival will be held this year at Towcester Racecourse on both 6th June, Saturday, and 7th June, Sunday. This year there will be a renowned circus performing for kids, a highlight for families. The Panic Family Circus are on site performing the whole weekend under their big top pitched in the middle of the event. The Circus will entertain children with storytelling sessions, clown shows, giant... Read More»

Free tickets available to Salford Sitcom Showcase

April 24th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

MediaCityUK will be hosting the annual Salford Sitcom Showcase, as it returns for the fourth time. Studio audiences, as in previous years, will be shown live performances and screenings of brand new productions. The event in Salford, Greater Manchester, will take place on 12 and 13 of May and is being organised by BBC North and the BBC Comedy Commissioning. The first day of the event will debut the... Read More»

Free training sessions by Wapping Hockey Club

April 23rd, 2015 by Sandy Under Shopping

To support the 'Back to Hockey' campaign, Wapping Hockey Club is offering free training sessions this spring. Sessions are at 8:30PM, at the John Orwell Sport Centre, Wapping, East London. Wapping's summer programme gets support from the Mayor of London's Free Sport programme, that offers sessions to people wanting to get back into fitness, but may not have played for years the game of hockey, along with others who... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- April, Week 4, 2015

April 22nd, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Start of Tour de Yorkshire with free celebration; b) Free taster sessions by Bristol Corinthan Yacht Club; c) Free exercise sessions by Hertsmere Borough Council; d) Get your free samples of Pukka Tea. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Start of Tour de Yorkshire with free celebration The Tour de Yorkshire will hit the county's roads at... Read More»

Free workshops for new Apple Watch owners

April 21st, 2015 by Sandy Under News

The free Apple Watch Basics workshops will start off on 24th April, the same day of the watch's official launch, for the new owners of the watch at Apple Stores. New watch owners will be required to book their places in advance to participate in the programme. The blog-site Mac Rumours revealed that users at the workshop will learn basically about watch faces, Glances, gestures and more. Participants have... Read More»

Free Fringe Festival taster evening at Salisbury

April 20th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

The organisers of the Salisbury Fringe Festival are offering a free evening event, the Fringe-Preview, as a taster for the 2015 festival (to be held on 2, 3 & 4 October). So, on 9th May, Saturday, at the Cloisters pub and restaurant, on Catherine Street, professional actors will perform two short plays, written by local writers, in the evening. One performance will start at 6.00pm and the other at... Read More»

British Academy’s Literature Week is full of free events

April 19th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

The British Academy returns with its biennial Literature Week, starting on 11th May and running till 17th May, for the fourth time. It's packed with events and everything is free. Everything starts off with a special launch night on 11th May. The launch will have storytelling by Ben Haggerty of the Crick Crack Club, plus Maria Warner, author, academic, mythographer and critic, with author Marcus Sedgwick to present a... Read More»

The Herne Hill Free Film Festival is back in May

April 18th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

For a third year now the Herne Hill Free Film Festival is returning on 1st May of this year, to SE24 (London Borough of Southwark, Greater London). A month full of free movies will be coming to various venues across Herne Hill. On the 1st May, the free film festival will start-off in Herne Hill with the outdoor screening of the film, The Ladykillers, a classic comedy, at Station... Read More»

Free events during Inverness Science Festival

April 17th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

A range of free events will be hosted during the Inverness Science Festival starting on 1st May, by the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) in the Scottish Highlands. The 10-day event will be launched with a discussion on the DNA of Scottish clan members and also genealogy expert Alastair Macdonald will tell how people will be able to trace their family history using this science. He will... Read More»

Free tasters and trips during first National Go Boating Day

April 16th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

The Canal and River Trust, in association with Drifters Waterway Holidays, will be organising the first National Go Boating Day, on 19th April, Sunday. The trust is a charity that looks after Britain's waterways and is giving people the chance to find out what canal boating is like through this open day, where free tasters and trips on waterways are being offered too. Chief Executive, Richard Perry, of Canal... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- April, Week 3, 2015

April 15th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Newcastle parks host free family activities for spring; b) Free introductory course in practical philosophy; c) Free event- vintage car rally at Hartlepool; d) Get a free sample of Alhydran. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Newcastle parks host free family activities for spring Thousands of people will be enjoying a host of family fun activities by... Read More»

The Dorset Wildlife Trust to hold free events in spring

April 14th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

With the coming of spring, Dorset-Wildlife-Trust (DWT) will be hosting around the county various bird watching days and also dawn chorus walks, in May. A free event will be held on 21st April, Tuesday, which is a bird watching event and a guided evening walk, that will begin at 6:00pm at the Powerstock Common which is close to Maiden Newton. This DWT's nature reserve(284 acres) is a fascinating place... Read More»

Free events for anniversary of Maglia Rosso cycle centre

April 13th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

Maglia Rosso is a successful cycle centre in Hawstead and the shop is celebrating its first anniversary in the weekend of 24th April to 26 April. A celebratory event starts at 7.30pm eventing on Friday (24 April). There will be a demonstration day on Saturday (25 April), which includes advice and special offers and also a cyclocross challenge. On Sunday (26 April) there will be a escorted country ride,... Read More»

Free festival Glasgow Mela celebrates silver anniversary

April 12th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

The Glasgow Mela was started 25 years ago, as a small event attracting a handful of people. Today the Mela, celebrating its 25th anniversary, has become Scotland's largest multi-cultural annual festival. The free event is open to all and will be celebrated this year on 14th June, Sunday, from 12Noon to 8:00pm, at the Kelvingrove Park in the West End of Glasgow. New events and some events to bring... Read More»

Free taster session for World Tai Chi Day at Westbury

April 11th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

The Westbury Area Wellbeing is celebrating World Tai Chi Day. The group is offering a taster session and workshop on Tai Chi for free, this April, to celebrate it. On 25th April, Saturday, a free all-day event will run from 9.30am to 4.00pm, hosted by the Wellbeing Tai Chi group, to celebrate World Tai Chi Day, in association with a number of other town groups. The free event in... Read More»

Free Skills Workshop at Balsam Centre, Wincanton

April 10th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

For those people looking for work or volunteering to learn some new skills, there will be a range of one-off workshops running at the Balsam Centre, Wincanton, South Somerset. The skills learnt can be related to work, but it is equally about social skills, boosting confidence, picking up friends and contacts. On 13th April, Monday, there's a jewellery workshop starting at 1pm and runs up to 4pm., to learn... Read More»

Free introductory walking events by National Park

April 9th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

For those who want world-class walking opportunities, but have no experience, here is the right opportunity. Just sign-up to one of National Park Authority's free walking events. During April, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is offering in Newport, Tenby and St.Davids, free introductory walking courses. Paul Casson, Walkability Project Coordinator, will lead the introductory courses, helping to teach the basics of walking on the coast path and inland... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- April, Week 2, 2015

April 8th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Weston nature reserve to host free event for families; b) Free Chelmsford sessions to celebrate 16th anniversary of BMF; c) Free arts festival by Darlington For Culture, returns; d) Get your free bottle of Coke ZERO. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Weston nature reserve to host free event for families The Wessex Water is hosting... Read More»

Open day and free tour of Shephalbury Manor in Stevenage

April 7th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Here's a chance to saunter round a spectacular Stevenage heritage landmark. A free event on 26th April will feature tours of Shephalbury Manor, once home to the Heathcote family, now an international hub of the Coptic Church in UK. Put to a number of other uses, this Victorian building with many period features remaining intact, has now a cathedral in the grounds. Designed by architect and civil engineer T.... Read More»