An online toolkit for event organisers

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    Porthcawl Interceltic Festival
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    Wiggle Bike Ride Wales
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    Crowd at Elvis Festival World record attempt
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    Wiggle Bike Ride Wales
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    Elf-Steddfod
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    This is Your Heritage
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Planning Your Event - In 8 Steps

Step 1

Develop the Idea

First things first, be clear about what it is you’d like to do, develop your vision and add some ...

Step 2

Form a Team

The best events have a good team behind them, think about the sort of people and skills you’ll ne...

Step 3

Identify your Target Audience

Know at the outset who your event is going to be for and keep their needs and expectations in min...

Step 4

Create an Event Plan

There are lots of things you’ll need to plan in detail for your event like safety, contractors, f...

Step 5

Set your Budget

List all of the costs for your event and all the different sources of income you’re expecting in

Step 7

Get Feedback and Evaluate

If you want to know if your event was a success, ask the people who attend, it could come in usef...

Step 8

Become Sustainable

Think about the impact your event has had on people, finances and the planet and how it might wor...