Event management and delivery - COVID-19

Event management and delivery is significantly impacted due to COVID-19, when planning and preparing for your event further information about your event is required to ensure public safety is at the forefront of your planning.  In addition to the completion of the Event Notification Form please also complete the Covid 19 event planning questionnaire (Word Document, 0.1 Mb), this questionnaire needs to be uploaded when completing the Event Notification Form

If you are not required to complete the Event Notification Form, you will still be require to complete the Covid 19 event planning questionnaire (Word Document, 0.1 Mb), this should be completed and emailed to ehealth@nwleicestershire.gov.uk

Helpful information

UK Protect Bulletin (PDF Document, 1.35 Mb) - Guidance on Post Lockdown security.

Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19) - Guidance for people who work in hotels and guest accommodation, indoor and outdoor attractions, and business events and consumer shows.

Music Festivals – COVID-19 Supplementary Guidance (PDF Document, 0.45 Mb) – Supplementary Guidance for people who work in the music festival sector.

Tell us about your event - free advice from the professionals

If you’re planning on holding an event in the North West Leicestershire District, please complete the Event Notification Form so all relevant services can be made aware of the details.

Once submitted your Event Notification Form will be circulated to relevant Safety Advisory Group members (i.e. Highways, Police etc.) who may contact you for further information. We will then let you know what permissions and licenses you need to apply for, and may contact you in regards to Environmental Health matters.

We will make all relevant services aware of your event.

The event organiser is responsible for putting on a safe and compliant event.

Event organisers should ensure all necessary permissions and licenses are in place before it goes ahead.

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Last updated: Thu 4 November, 2021 @ 12:24