We are providing small grants of up to £500 towards events and services in Thurrock that commemorate World War 2 Victory in Europe (VE) Day. The closing date for applications is Thursday 5 March 2020. Go to small grants for VE Day events.
Street parties are a great opportunity for communities to come together on national occasions. They are usually organised by groups of residents who get together and make arrangements to celebrate with their neighbours.
The main differences between a small street party and other public events are listed below.
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How to organise a street party
Organising a street party just for residents and neighbours is very simple and doesn't need a licence. Complete the form below and email it to the address shown.
We advise that you plan early, share jobs amongst residents, and send us your form 4 to 6 weeks in advance.
You should also read our advice on keeping it simple, which covers road closures, insurance, risk assessments and licences.