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Wednesday Freebies- October, Week 2, 2017

October 11th, 2017 by Sandy

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»

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

October 6th, 2017 by Sandy

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»

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

September 29th, 2017 by Sandy

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

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»

Wednesday Freebies-September, Week 5, 2017

September 27th, 2017 by Sandy

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Liverpool holds free events to celebrate World Mental Health Day; b) Free pet workshops for kids in Hamilton; c) Get a free sample of Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Liverpool holds free events to celebrate World Mental Health Day The World Mental Health Day is being celebrated at Liverpool on 10th October.... Read More»

Free Writing workshop and coffee mornings at Tenby Library

September 23rd, 2017 by Sandy

For those who would like to write for children will find a free workshop on it, both interesting and informative. The workshop will be held in Tenby (south-west Wales) on 25th September (Monday), at the Tenby Library, at 6:00pm. The workshop will be run by Dan Anthony, the local author known for his work the Rugby Zombie trilogy and also the series – Steve's Dreams. The free event... Read More»

Exhibition and free workshop on film-making at Worcester library

September 19th, 2017 by Sandy

A national touring exhibition, Playback, will be showcasing the works of aspiring film-makers, now on display at The Hive, located at Worcester city centre. The interactive exhibition at the unique Worcester library building will be going on until 21st September. Supported by the Arts Council of England and Channel 4 Random Acts, it offers over 200 short films made by film-makers from across England, aged between 16 and 24,... Read More»

Derby Feste coming soon with many free events and activities

September 18th, 2017 by Sandy

The Derby Feste this year is a 2-day outdoor entertainment event, to be held on 29th and 30th September (Friday and Saturday). The festival now in its 11th year, is a highlight in the Derby city's calendar. The programme this year has a line-up of 18 free events and activities, with the theme that promises to fuse Western and Eastern cultures in a spectacular fusion, in the city centre. Read More»

Hilton Council’s offer of free fitness classes

September 16th, 2017 by Sandy

Free classes and events are being offered by Hilton Council to celebrate National Fitness Day on 27th September, with the aim to encourage more people to take up exercise and for improving health. Research has shown that people are more likely to stick to exercise, if they do it with company, as the positive environment created by the social atmosphere, helps them to enjoy the activity. A range of... Read More»

Free Otago strength and balance taster session by Anita Ashgar

September 14th, 2017 by Sandy

A free taster session will be hosted by Anita Ashgar, a specialist exercise instructor, on Otago strength and balance The session starts in Caterham at 3pm, on 19th September (Tuesday), at the Tandridge Trust run Stafford Sports Centre. Otago is a health programme to support people to keep them strong, independent and mobile. Health professionals use the classes to build strength into the legs, retain muscles and support those... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies-September, Week 3, 2017

September 13th, 2017 by Sandy

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) Dippy the Dinosaur is coming to Dorchester; b) Free events at So: To Speak festival in Southampton; c) Get your free sample of Yazoo Milk Drink. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday. Dippy the Dinosaur is coming to Dorchester Dippy the Dinosaur will be leaving the Natural History Museum in London, as part of a national tour,... Read More»

Burton Bradstock gets back the Veast of Folk Festival

September 8th, 2017 by Sandy

The Veast of Folk Festival is returning as a three-day event from 14th to 16th September. The festival in its 4th year will bring in a range of local musicians and bands. This includes Tatterdemalion performers on Friday night at the family ceilidh. The festival starts off with 2 free events at The Anchor Inn, on 14th September (Thursday) and on 15th September (Friday). On Thursday, there’s a special session... Read More»

Wednesday Freebies-September, Week 2, 2017

September 6th, 2017 by Sandy

This week’s Wednesday Freebies section consists of topics on- a) ScotRail Alliance to give away £1m worth of free tickets; b) Free workshop on opera singing, by Opera South East, in Hastings; c) Free sample of Alien eau de Parfum for you. Also, check out for more freebies in our blog section everyday.   ScotRail Alliance to give away £1m worth of free tickets The ScotRail Alliance is giving away free tickets worth... Read More»

Workington to hold first Vintage In The Town festival

September 4th, 2017 by Sandy

Workington will be hosting its first ever Vintage In The Town festival. The first of its kind free event will put the town, on the West coast of Cumbria, on a step hack in time, when it takes place on the 8th September (Saturday) in the Workington Town Centre. The free event is being brought out by the Paint The Twon Red team and Washington Sqyuare. The extravaganza is... Read More»

Belfast Culture Night 2017 returns with more free events

September 3rd, 2017 by Sandy

The Belfast Culture Night 2017 is set to be the biggest yet, with over 300 events on the list, happening on 22nd September, across Belfast City Centre. The annual spectacle, running from 1pm to 10pm, expected to attract more than 100,000 people, not only has got something for families but promises something for everybody. This event is on its 9th year as a free event and the theme for... Read More»

St Mary’s Church summer celebration welcomes all

September 1st, 2017 by Sandy

St Mary's Church will be hosting a family-friendly summer celebration on 2nd September, Saturday. The church in Ely will be opening its gardens from midday for fun and entertainment. There will be entertainment for children by KD Theatre Productions, holding performances at 12:30pm and 3:15pm. The free event will have face painting, inflatables, a vintage styled cafe serving home made cream teas, craft and modelling. Find fun and sing-along... Read More»

The Saltaire tunnels open days as part of the Heritage Open Days

August 30th, 2017 by Sandy

The Saltaire tunnels will be open to visitors as part of the Heritage Open Days initiative, which will see a number of venues across the district participating. The two tunnesl will be open from 10am to 4:30pm on both 9th and 10th September. Visitors coming here to Saltaire, in Shipley, part of Bradford Metropolitan District, get to walk in the footsteps of mill-workers and students of the village, in... Read More»

Open day at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick

August 29th, 2017 by Sandy

Theatre by the Lake in Keswick (Cumbria), will be hosting an Open Day, throwing open its doors to all on 9th September, Saturday. The completely free event is part of Heritage Open Days this year. The theatre is inviting all with something for everybody, for all ages, at the height of home-produced rep season. The visitors are allowed to take a peek at behind-the-scenes of the theatre and find... Read More»

Stratford’s spinners to showcase skills at free event

August 23rd, 2017 by Sandy

Stratford will be showcasing the work by members of the Guild of Weavers Spinners and Dyers on 16th September (Saturday), at the Methodist Church Hall in Old Town, from 12pm to 3:30pm, on the occasion of World wide Spin in Public Day. At the free event, members, also hailing from Solihull and Southam, will demonstrate their handiwork of different types, which includes spinning, tapestry, weaving, dying, felt-making, carding, crochet... Read More»

Free Storying event at Cockermouth for Heritage Open Days

August 19th, 2017 by Sandy

To celebrate Heritage Open Days, Riversmeet are organising at the Confluence site a special day of 'Storying' and will share what they discovered in research at the fascinating site. The Confluence site is where the Derwent and Cocker rivers confluence, an an interesting site to explore and with a rich industrial heritage. People of all ages can join here at 11am and 2pm for storytelling, to hear myths, legends... Read More»