Upload your event or article to the site - no coding or need to register

Upload you event to the site - without the need to register

No coding knowledge required.

Simply complete the form, and your event will be uploaded to the network site within 1-5 days.

If you have created `Facebook events` you should find that this is a very simple process.

Options to consider

  • Add a form, very useful for events that may require registration, to collect contact addresses for your project, or simply put: people can let you know they are attending
  • Listings option: tick the box and the event is added to the listings calendar
  • Newsletter options: tick the box for the event to be added to the newsletter relevant to the `category` of your event

Other considerations

  • You should receive acknowledgments of the submission of your event via the form within 1-3 days: it should be live within 1-5 days
  • Be aware the project is managed and operated by volunteers.

This is the first draft - updates, and improvements to this page to follow shortly, comments and feedback welcome.

Add your event to the website, complete the form below.
Genre, free improvisation in music

Name:
E-mail:*
Name of the event as it may appear on the site*
Upload a the event copy as a file: formats, txt, rtf, doc. docx*
Upload a image, landscape prefered: jpg, jpeg, png only. Preferred image size 600x400 @ 72 dpi*
catagory options, select uncategorised if not known:
Category option if known but not on the list
Date or start date:
End date
Event start time:
 : 
Does the uploaded document about the event include the essential data - you would be surprised how often it does not*
Facebook event page link?:
Host webpage URL ?
Add a form option: useful for event registrations and collecting contact details. More details available on request*
Include this event in the relevant newsletters for the catagory:*
Add the event to the relevant listings calendar:*
Comments, suggestions and feedback:
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