As we emerge from the restrictions caused by the pandemic, communities across the country will take the opportunity to come together to celebrate. Community events promote and support individual and collective wellbeing.

2022 marks the year that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, becomes the first British Monarch to have served the UK and Commonwealth realms for 70 years, having acceded to the throne on 6 February 1952. In light of this, there will be many events taking place 2-5 June 2022, in order to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. If your local council, charity or not-for-profit is planning to host its own event to celebrate, here’s some useful guidance to help you ensure it is run safely. 

What to consider if organising a Jubilee event?

If you’re organising an event to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this year, take a look at this article from Zurich Insurance. It shares 8 key points to consider when organising your Jubilee event, and also includes a downloadable guide with 3 steps to Organising a safe event.

Zurich, one of ACRE’s Corporate sponsors, are running 2 livestream events which will be available to everyone on ACRE’s Facebook page and YouTube. Village halls committees are very welcome to join these livestream events which aim to help groups to confidently organise community events as safely as possible. 

  1. Risk Assessment for Jubilee events – 10th May 10.30-11am
  2. Insurance basics – 9th June 10.30-11am

For further details, please contact Skye Peat.