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Free tickets for family fun day Big Day Out, at Weston

July 28th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

The CBeebies-Big-Day-Out in Weston will bring free family fun for 5 days from 29th July to 2nd August. The family fun is part of BBC's campaign to make cooking both fun and accessible for the whole family. The event will be offering lots of interactive activities. Find here a live show called Kitchen Catastrophe. Hosted by Phobe Furchester Fuzz and Furgus Fuzz, special guests from the Furchester Hotel. It... Read More»

Notting Hill Carnival, biggest street party in Europe is back

July 27th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Around a million people will be flooding to the Notting Hill Carnival in west London on 30th August, Sunday. Described as Europe's biggest street party, the free event is a riot of colour and sound, celebrating cultural diversity. Events are also planned for Saturday (29 August) too, with the Panaroma, the open air event, hosting competitive performances by steel bands from across UK. The London Calypso Tent will be... Read More»

Join a free ‘Biological pilgrimage’ through Epping Forest

July 26th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

A free event is being organised to take you on a "Biological pilgrimage" through the Epping Forest this summer. So, join in the Ancestor's Tail, on 15th August, to retrace the steps of evolution and for returning symbolically to the beginning of life on Earth. Ancestor's Trail will follow 8 separate routes. Each has been designed to guide walkers through the forest, experiencing a history of evolution. The free... Read More»

The Alnwick International Music Festival, free for the 40th time

July 25th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

The Alnwick International Music Festival first staged in the year1976, is one of the region's most popular music events and is one-of-its-kind free community event in UK. The community promoted and managed international folklore event is now to be presented for the 40th time next week, starting from 1st August, running up to 8th August. Besides featuring various acts from Europe, Africa, Asia and North America, this year's festival... Read More»

Enjoy free events at Riviera Fringe Festival in Torquay

July 24th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Enjoy free events at the end of August, as the Riviera Fringe Festival is back in Torquay, England, hosting attractions and non-stop entertainment for the whole family. The Princess Gardens will be hosting on 29th August, Saturday, a free event of family fun. It starts from 10:30am. Included is a Kidz Talent show endorsed by Basil Brush, at 11:00am. There's magic, comedy, competitions, workshops, singers, dancers, pirates plus stalls, swingboats... Read More»

Free event to enjoy the evening outdoors in Sandown

July 23rd, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

A free event is being organised in Sandown to enjoy the evening outdoors with family on Friday. The event called 'Moon Music Moths & Other Flying Insects' is the 3rd one being held and a great family friendly evening. It's taking place this Friday (24 July) at the Brown's Family Golf, by courtesy of Arc Consulting and Eccleston George, starting off at 7:00pm in the evening, in Sandown (Isle... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- July Week 4, 2015

July 22nd, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Free events and shows at Croydon's Ambition Festival; b) Free performance, 'Once Upon A Twisted Tale" at Heaton Park; c) Upfest, biggest free street art festival returns; d) Get your free sample of Blue Cedrat perfume. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Free events and shows at Croydon's Ambition Festival Croydon's most auspicious cultural event , the... Read More»

Bracknell town centre to host free Dino-Fever event

July 21st, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Bracknell town will be hosting over 6 weeks a free Dino Fever event every Saturday, from 25th July to 29th August, at the Bracknell town centre. The free dinosaur themed event will see stegosaurus and raptors take over the town centre, as part of the Bracknell Regeneration Partnership (BRP) organised events during the school summer holidays. There will be different activities every week which includes shows, street theatre sessions,... Read More»

Google to teach children coding for free, this summer

July 20th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

Internet giant Google will be holding a series of classes over the summer, called the Summer of Science, for children. The classes to be held from 21st July to 27th August, will teach kids the basics of coding, what is virtual reality and how to make music with sweets. The classes are designed for children between the ages of 5 and 12 years. Children with little or no technology... Read More»

Free events at annual Sheffield’s Tramlines festival

July 19th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Sheffield's Tramlines festival runs an annual programme of free events and this year it will be held at the Peace Garden on the next coming weekend of Saturday which is on 25th July.. The free event has the support of the city town council and sponsors, but Sheffield's Tramlines festival is planning to form its own charity to protect the future of Sheffield's community activities. This year's Read More»

Free events at Great Dawley celebration of Captain Webb

July 18th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

The Great Dawley Town council is planning with its partners and community to celebrate the 140th anniversary of Captain Webb's achievement. Captain Webb is the first person to swim the English Channel and to mark the occasion, celebrations will start from 24th July, Friday, and run until 24th August, Monday, of this year. Each day will have a different free event or activity that the community can enjoy. The celebration... Read More»

Free dance workshop Street Impact at Plymouth

July 17th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

A free dance workshop called Street Impact will be held on Saturday (18th July) taking over the street Amanda Way, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. The session will be led by the Britain's Got Talent star, British Popper Alex Mechanikool Peters, along with music by DJ Biznizz. The free dance session will be kicked off at the Big Screen at Plymouth and the general public in Plymouth, of all ages,... Read More»

Eid al-Fitr to be celebrated at Trafalgar Square

July 16th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

London will celebrate Eid al-Fitr on 25th July, Saturday, in Trafalgar Square. The event marks the end of the fast of Ramadan, the month-long fast observed by Muslims all over the world. The festival starts depending on the sighting of the new moon, which is expected around 17th July in UK. Trafalgar Square will witness a giant multi-sensory celebration put on by the Mayor of London. There will also... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- July Week 3, 2015

July 15th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Free events at 10th anniversary of Unicorn Theatre building; b) Free art workshops at Helston's CAST; c) Many free events at the Camberwell Fair; d) Get free sample of Palmolive's Aroma Moments Shower Gel. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Free events at 10th anniversary of Unicorn Theatre building The tenth anniversary of the current building of... Read More»

Brighton and Hove Pride marks 25th Anniversary with free events

July 14th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Numerous free events will be hosted to mark the 25th anniversary of the Brighton and Hove Pride this year in the city on the south coast of England. On 19th July, the sporting fun day called Diversity Games Sunday Fun Day, will be held at Preston Park from 10:00am. It will be packed with activities for the family. It includes BLAGSS Sports Day with fun and games, a community... Read More»

Lincolnshire Wolds Festival of Archaeology holding free events

July 13th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

As part of the Lincolnshire Wolds Festival of Archaeology, free activities and events are being planned up to 23rd July. Four events are to be held in the Area of Outstanding Beauty, The event is an imitative of Down Your Wold, the community heritage project. The festival launched off with Dr. Kevin Leahy, the eminent archaeologist, at the Franklin Hall, Spilsby, discussing the prehistoric period of the area, which includes... Read More»

Free fantasy writing workshop online by Orbit

July 12th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

A week long workshop is being organised online by science fiction and fantasy publisher Orbit Books, during this summer. It will take place for a week, starting on 27th July, Monday, and ends on 31st July, Friday. It will be led by the author, Karen Miller. Aspiring authors are invited to, to take part online in a "write along" challenge. During the workshop, they will write a new fantasy... Read More»

The Eastside Arts Festival has a lot of free events

July 11th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

The Eastside Arts Festival will be held from 19th August to 31st August and its organisers said this annual event will highlight the "journey of revival" currently East Belfast is experiencing. The festival will feature 33 free events of the 78 events, that includes workshops, talks, movies, theatre, comedy, music and exhibitions. The festival will also be hosting a wide range of readings, poetry, lectures, film-screenings and heritage events. Read More»

Join a free event, a picnic at East Riddlesden Hall

July 10th, 2015 by Sandy Under Freebies

Celebrate a free summer event this weekend, by joining a picnic with family and friends at East Riddlesden Hall, in Keighley, West Yorkshire. Enjoy the picnic in the great outdoors, from 11:00am to 3:00pm, on the 12th of July. The 17th-century manor is a great location, now owned by the National Trust. Yorkshire offers loads of places for a great picnic, offering from sandy beaches to garden retreats, woodland... Read More»

NME to become a free weekly magazine

July 9th, 2015 by Sandy Under News

NME is Time Inc's music brand that is 63 years old and it is to become a free weekly magazine from this September. Time Inc said, NME through a mixture of curated and original content "dramatically increases its content output and range”. Its digital output will be expanded to contain fashion, film, television, gaming, technology and politics. Going free from a cover price of £2.50, the 300,000 copies of... Read More»