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Dungannon will be hosting events for a great Halloween

October 18th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

Dungannon will be hosting a spectacular programme for Halloween. The event will be full of fun and frolic, involving all in the family, on 27th October, Friday. It will take off with a spooky and free Halloween Freaky Tales. There will be art workshop sessions to be held at Ranfurly House and Dungannon Library. The work will be brought to the drop-in workshop Make Your Own Flying Bat Sculptures, to... Read More»

Google will be holding workshop at The Stable, in Weston-super-Mare

October 17th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

Google, the internet giant, will be offering free digital training in Weston-super-Mare (Somerset) as one of its latest stops on its tour, on 20th October. The free workshop which will run from 9:30am to 4:30pm, at the seaside town' new digital and creative hub, The Stable. The session will advice both people and businesses on improving their digital footprint. It will include social media strategy, digital marketing plans and... Read More»

Celebration of cinema pioneer Louis Le Prince at Leeds

October 16th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

The film pioneer Louis Le Prince will be celebrated in Leeds, by the unveiling of a special plaque on 2nd November. The cinema pioneer is recognised for filming the first moving images in the world in Leeds, in 1888. His ground-breaking work are two moving picture sequences- the first is 'Roundhay Garden Scene' and the other a Leeds Bridge scene, using his single-lens camera. The first sequence was filmed... Read More»

Black History Month at Liverpool’s International Slavery Museum

October 15th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

Liverpool's world-renowned International Slaver Museum is marking its 10th anniversary and celebrating Black History Month with free seasonal events. Everyone is invited. A special anniversary exhibition Ink and Blood: Stories of Abolition is one of the highlights of the month of events. It explores the end of slavery and focuses on the plight of people affected in the 18th and 19th centuries and their freedom later. Empress-jai, the poetess,... Read More»

Free session on staying safe online by police in Stroud

October 14th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

As incidents of online crimes keep increasing, the police have stepped in to provide lessons on how to stay safe online. Gloucestershire Constabulary are hosting a free session on this issue at Ebley Mill in Stroud on 14th October. The 45-minute workshop offering members of the public advice on staying safe online, will open its doors at 7:15pm to start at 7:30pm. After the talk, participants can speak to... Read More»

Cornwall’s Tate St Ives gallery reopens with free weekend entry and events

October 13th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

The Tate St Ives gallery will reopen after a major rework on 14th October with double its exhibition space now. The art gallery on its first weekend on 14th and 15th October (Saturday and Sunday) is offering free entry. There will also be free activities, events, talks and pop-up tours, with an evening of firework display too on Saturday. The gallery had partially reopened earlier this year, but this... Read More»

The Big Mix is coming to Frome and all are welcome

October 12th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

The Big Mix is a free event funded by the Frome Town Council. It is Frome's Disability Diversity Day that will be hosted at the HUBnub Centre, on 29th October (Sunday), starting at 12pm and ending at 5pm. The cream of the creative learning disabled community will be showcasing their talent at the event curated by Openstorytellers. The programme has a line up of local autistic, disabled and learning... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies- October, Week 2, 2017

October 11th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Worthing Metal Health Awareness Week launches a series of free events; b) Free tickets for youngsters to films at Cineworld in Llandudno Junction; c) Get free sample of Gucci Guilty Black. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday.   Worthing Metal Health Awareness Week launches a series of free events The Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week was launched at... Read More»

Schools and communities to participate in World Voice at Lincoln

October 10th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

A free workshop, as part of World Voice 2017, will be held on 15th October (Sunday), at the Myle Cross Centre in Lincoln (Lincolnshire). The World Voice event is a project being run by the British Council and soundLINCS. The event offers a unique opportunity and invaluable experience to anybody involved in singing, by bringing a lively range of repertoire and techniques to share. World Voice will have its... Read More»

Apple holding free events to teach coding to all across UK

October 9th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

Apple, the giant American tech firm, has launched an initiative to teach the vital skill of computer coding to people of all ages in UK. The free events in the coming weeks will teach people how to write code, in hundreds of free sessions, at Apple stores, designed to help ordinary people, from 7th to 22nd October. The events will include topics on getting started with coding and how... Read More»

Emma Blantern’s new children’s book release event soon in Shropshire

October 8th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

A free event o 14th October, will mark the launch of the first book in a series of children’s books by the Shropshire mum-of-two, Emma Blantern. The official launch at 11am, at the Witchurch Library, of the picture book Tezel and the Christmas Witches, is part the National Libraries week. The event, open to all ages, will give an opportunity to kids to hear a reading of the book.... Read More»

Free pet workshops to teach kids pet care, in Hamilton

October 7th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

Pets at Home is holding free workshops in Hamilton, to teach kids about handling and caring for animals. The sessions, running from 7th to 22nd October, will let children interact with pets and learn about them. The next generation of pet owners will be educated in pet responsibility, in a series of free and fun events. They will learn to look after animals and prepare smaller animals for... Read More»

Grange Big Local hosting Fun Palace and free events in a festival weekend

October 6th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

Grange Big Local in East Finchley, will be hosting a community festival with the Fun Palace and free events, running for the whole day on 8th October (Sunday). It will feature everything from cooking workshops to live music, from model building to zombie workshops. Grange Big Local, a community association, decided to organise a fun day for all, thanks to an award of £`1 million, granted from the lottery... Read More»

Kids can attend Wizard School in Glasgow during October holidays

October 5th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

Children, who are budding sorcerers, can join a wizarding extravaganza during the October school holidays. Wizard School will be run everyday from 17th to 19th October at the Scotland Street School Museum in Glasgow. There will be 2 classes in a day. One from 1pm to 2pm and the other from 3pm to 4pm. The visitor centre at the Scotland Street School Museum is inviting kids to an opportunity... Read More»

Chance to meet Blue band members at Bluewater event

October 4th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

The boy band Blue shot to fame after a number of chart-topping singles and the band will be coming to Waterstone in Bluewater, Kent, on 22nd October (Sunday). Fans will get the chance to meet their idols, Lee, Duncan, Antony and Simon here and they will be signing copies of their memoirs at the free event. Fans can expect also photos never seen before and new reveals. They can... Read More»

Aberdeen library is hosting a free creative writing workshop

October 2nd, 2017 by Sandy Under News

Mastrick Library in Aberdeen is marking the milestone 60th anniversary by hosting a creative writing workshop ,by best-selling author Michael J. Malone. The free event is to be held at Central Library on 21st October (Saturday) running between 12:15pm and 3:45pm, as it offers more space than Mastrick. The workshop is suitable for pairing novelists of all levels of experience. Booking is required as the places available are limited.... Read More»

Northwich Library will be transforming into a one day ‘Fun Palace’

October 1st, 2017 by Sandy Under News

In its bid to celebrate arts and science, Northwich Library will transform into a Fun Palace for one day. As Libraries Week will run up to 14th October, a host of activities are being held. As a part of an international celebration of community to bring together people via the arts, crafts, science and technology, Northwich Library will chance into a Fun Palace and open its doors. Libraries across Cheshire... Read More»

Bury Art Museum to host Fountain Fountain exhibition

September 30th, 2017 by Sandy Under News

The Bury Museum will be hosting a new exhibition – Fountain Fountain, which will open on 30th September. The new art exhibition is based on artist R Mutt's famous conceptual artwork Fountain, made in 1917, that celebrates its centenary this year. Mike Chavez-Dawson, artist and curator, will present his work that includes projects and thoughts of selected writers, artists, musicians, actors and film-makers. 'A Cinematic Becoming V1' is a... Read More»

Mind Fest, the mental health festival, is coming to Birdport

September 29th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

Mind Fest is a first-of-a-kind festival being organised in Birdport, by Huges Unit Group Supporters (HUGS). It will highlight mental health, starting off on 5 October and will run until 10 October, to coincide with the Mental Health Day. Organisers say the huge variety of workshops to be held at various locations across the town, are all inclusive sessions with limited seats, but welcoming everyone, with no need of... Read More»

Free taster workshop by West Wickham Photographic Society

September 28th, 2017 by Sandy Under Freebies

A free workshop will be held by the West Wickham Photographic Society on 3rd October (Tuesday) at the Medhurst Hall, on Sussex Road from 3pm to 8pm. The workshop covers topics on photographic exposure, importance of aperture, its uses and how it affects photographs. The session wil have presentations and discussions. A practical session will follow, giving the opportunity to participants to click pictures using the different camera settings. Read More»