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Organising a summer event?

Residents and organisers who are planning to hold public events this summer are being reminded that a useful council toolkit is available.

The event toolkit, which can be found on the business pages of the Bridgend County Borough Council website, features six easy-to-follow steps for organisers and is designed to offer a one-stop shop full of  all the links and event planning information that they will need.

Produced by the Events Safety Advisory Group (ESAG), it provides organisers with advice and guidance on safety and regulatory aspects of planned public events, and urges them to get in touch as early as possible.

With ESAG meetings held on the third Wednesday of every month, an initial event notification form should be submitted as soon as any planning begins, while fully completed plans should be supplied at least 10 working days prior to a meeting in order to be included on the agenda.

Organising a public event is not easy, but the ESAG toolkit seeks to make it as simple and as painless as possible.

This is an excellent resource which offers uncomplicated, straight-forward, step-by-step advice and tells you everything you need to know about putting an event together in Bridgend County Borough.

Council Leader Huw David

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