Parties

Friday 8th May 2020 (Bank Holiday)

Parties and Celebration

Enjoy the whole weekend of celebrations and parties. The weekend offers the chance to organise something really special to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, marking the end of the war in Europe 75 year’s ago.

It’s a unique chance to bring communities of all nationalities in your town, village, city or other locations of your choice, together in peace and common friendship. Those twinned with those overseas may consider inviting them to join in the celebrations, providing an opportunity to reinforce international bonds and reflect on the importance of peace on the occasion of this unique anniversary.

Let us know what you’re planning on Friday, Saturday and Sunday by clicking the register button at the top of the page and entering your details.

 

Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th May 2020

Enjoy a whole day of celebrations and parties. The weekend offers the chance to organise something really special to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

We’re expecting parties galore in streets, pubs, neighbourhoods, schools and village halls, perhaps with food and dress reflecting the 1940s. Wartime loaf, eggless sponge cake, vegetable turnovers, curried carrots and Lord Woolton pie. And don’t forget the Spam!

Let us know what you’re planning on Saturday by clicking the register button at the top of the page and entering your details.

Street Parties Celebrating the VE Day

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Knit and natter community grouo, 08-05-2020, Jug and glass , Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom, Tracie ohara
  • Barmston and Fraisthorpe Village Hall, 09-05-2020, Sands Lane, Barmston, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 8PG, North Humberside, United Kingdom, Mrs Ann-Marie Wastling
  • Dawlish Town Council , 10-05-2020, Brunswick Place and The Lawn , Devon, United Kingdom, Angie Weatherhead
  • Ystrad Taf Fechan Point to Point Club, 09-05-2020, Redlands Farm Bonvilston, Glamorgan, United Kingdom, Alison Morris
  • Quorn Village Event Group, 08-05-2020, Stafford Orchard Quorn, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, Trish Jonczyk