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By Tarvin Webteam - 18th October 2013 6:30am
Are you organising an event and seeking some advice? Not sure how to tackle writing a risk
assessment or an event plan?
Whether you are co-ordinating a small village fete or a major sporting race, Cheshire West and Chester's Safety Advisory Group (SAG) are inviting you to attend a free drop-in session on Friday 8th November 2013
Time: 2.00 — 5.30pm Venue: St Mary's Centre, Chester
During this session those looking to run events will be able to get advice from experts in a wide range of relevant areas, such as:
- Health and Safety
- Traffic Management
- Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service
- Cheshire Constabulary
- Joint Cheshire Emergency Planning Team
And refreshments will be provided!
Please RSVP to email@example.com
or telephone 01244 976741.
Cheshire West and Chester Council's Events team already offer a huge wealth of resources via the online event planning guide, which includes useful information to consider when planning an event, as well as frequently asked questions, templates and checklists. These can be found by visiting www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/arts and clicking on 'running an event'.
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