Hatfield Festival returns for a packed fortnight of events starting this week – Times 24
Times 24 The Hatfield Festival fortnight will see an eclectic programme of more than 80 events and activities taking place, including live music, exhibitions, talks, walks, demonstrations, screenings, and workshops, plus Steven’s Fun Fair will be holding a
Cheshire Oaks host fun events for half-term – ChesterChronicle.co.uk
ChesterChronicle.co.uk The McArthurGlen Designer Outlet at Cheshire Oaks is hosting a line-up of exciting and educational activities with fun for all the family until Friday June 2. McArthur Glen says the programme includes virtual reality showcases, cooking sessions and
Dodington Parish Council launch events guide for residents (From … – Gazette Series
Gazette Series RESIDENTS in Dodington will have no shortage of things to do this summer, as the parish council has created a brand new what’s on guide.
Over 30 events at this year's Milngavie Week – Milngavie Herald
Milngavie Herald Free Kids’ Events – sample these special free fun activities – Gymboree play and learn at 12pm for Under 5s; Jo Jingles music and movement at 1pm for Under 5s; Make finger puppets at 2pm for ages seven plus in the Fraser Centre on Saturday, June 17.
Events for all the family in Norfolk and Suffolk on bank holiday Monday – Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press Proceeds from the event will go to the village church and new village centre. It is open from 11am to 5pm. • A Norfolk artisan fair will be held at Kelling Heath Holiday Park, in Weybourne, where hand-made food, clothing, crafts and drinks will be on
Surrey Police heighten security at bank holiday events – Eagle Radio
Eagle Radio “There are a number of public events taking place in Surrey and Sussex this weekend and the coming days and we are liaising with event organisers to ensure that venues have appropriate security measures in place. “We are doing all we can to keep people
Big events – such as Manchester – need big, mainstream media – The Guardian
The Guardian Big events – such as Manchester – need big, mainstream media. Peter Preston. Bare facts in the newspapers, images of shock and grief on TV, then reflection and analysis as the tumult settles. Sorry, Twitter, Facebook, you just can’t hack it. A giant TV