AS Britain recovers from lockdown restrictions, businesses and event organisers are starting to plan ahead to the winter period as confidence builds of little obstacles.
This week saw a range of different events announced for Gosport and Fareham, with five posters sent into the Globe mailbox to publish on our website. So we thought we would create a quick round-up for our readers to digest.
SWF & KAPOW IN GOSPORT
Wrestling returns to Thorngate Hall as ‘Back To Business’ events arrive in Gosport on October 9. Featuring stars such as Rishi Ghosh, Simon Miller and Lookachu; it promises to be a night of intense actions for less than £15. More information and booking information can be seen on the poster link here.
ELSON INFANT SCHOOL SMALL BUSINESS FAIR:
An event for small businesses has been arranged for October 23, which will see many locally run companies join together for a morning of networking and selling products at Elson Infant School. Arts, crafts and food stalls have already been arranged, with the organisers looking for more to join this exciting event. Information on timings and how to get involved can be seen here.
ANGELMAN SYNDROME AWARENESS:
An informal meeting of Angelman Syndrome has been arranged for Saturday, October 23; starting at 6pm at Lee Methodist Church. It will give people the chance to talk to others with the syndrome and their parents; with Angelman being on the same spectrum as Autism. It is a free event with everybody invited and more information can be seen on this link.
LEE PLAYERS VARIETY SHOW:
Popular group will present a variety show that is scheduled to last for three November nights. Tickets cost £10 each and will require bringing your own refreshments to Crofton Community Centre. Many varying acts are promised including dancing, comedy and singing, with further information available on this poster link.
BRIDGEMARY MANOR KIDS CHRISTMAS PARTY:
Hosted by Adventure for Princesses, Bridgemary Manor Hotel will hold a children’s Christmas party raising money for charity. The event in early December will cost £5 for entry; which will include hot dogs, a drink and small gift from Santa himself. More information can be seen on this link.
The Globe will be releasing new event information over the next few weeks, so please feel free to highlight any posters or advertisements for our round-ups. If you would like our team to advertise an event in Gosport or Fareham, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org, who will forward to our marketing director Kevin Richards.