Our community events guide is full of helpful advice including effective risk management to help avoid potential issues, guidance on engaging the local community and suggestions on how to make your event run smoothly.

Events are a great way to bring local communities together, and we understand that many organisations across the UK are currently preparing for a variety of events throughout the year. Community events require significant amounts of planning, from deciding on the location and scale of the event to getting the right team in place and ensuring all aspects of the event combine to make it a success.

Gallagher has a specialist Communities team and we work with local councils, not-for-profit organisations and charities. Our handy guide is designed to help you organise popular and successful events, whether it’s a tree planting event to improve the green spaces in your community or bringing people together to celebrate the 80th anniversary of D-Day.



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