A guide to listing events
Click on 'Add Event' under 'Events' in My Account.
To avoid confusion, this field should indicate what the event actually is.
There are 50 characters available and if possible, include the location. For example:
This will also help users find your event when searching on Google.
This is likely to be an organisation. For example: a school PTA or charity name rather than
Organiser Web Address
If you have your own website, this is where you can include a link that goes directly to the
relevant page. This will prevent viewers from having to browsethrough many pages before
they find the information they need. For example:
Dates and Times
Pick a date from the calendar and select a time from the drop-down box.
Please note that the 24 hour clock is used.
Ticket Price Range
Enter the lowest ticket price in the first box e.g.5.00 for £5. Enter the highest ticket cost in
the second box e.g. 35.00 for £35. For a fixed ticket price, enter the same amount in each
box. Alternatively if your event is free of charge tick the 'Free' box.
Ticket Pricing Details
Here, you can inform potential attendees of further information regarding ticket pricing. For
example £20 for one day entry, £35 for two day entry, children and family concessions
Enter the closest town or village where the event is taking place. Start typing the location
into the box and then choose the correct area from the dropdown menu.
List your precise venue - for example: Compton Village Hall, London Theatre Royal, the field
next to The Black Swan pub. Please provide a postcode if possible to help those with
sat-navs find you!
You can upload a flyer or a map, or include directions and any other relevant information.
The most important first step in getting interest in your event is to create an informative
and intersting decription which conveys your enthusiasm and explains why people should
come along and get involved.
If you’re not the best writer in the world, there’s no harm in asking a friend to do this bit for
you. In any case, it helps to have someone check over your draft before it’s published. It’s
surprisingly easy to overlook bad spelling or grammar, which looks unprofessional.
- Previous event photos
- The location
- People involved
- Charity logos
Without good quality images readers are
much less likely to view your event.
Use the Contact Email Address field if you want to receive enquiries via email.
Your email address is protected from view at all times and we never share your details with
any third parties.
Always Preview your listing to check for mistakes or missing information.
Once satisfied either Post Now or Save Draft if you want to revisit it later or create multiple
listings before making payment.
Checkout & Post
Once you have completed the form click on
Checkout & Post and you will be taken to the checkout area.
Find this on the events overview page.