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Street parties are a traditional part of community life; they are a simple way for us to get to know our neighbours and meet members of our community.

What sort of events does this apply to?
This is about the sort of street parties that groups of residents get together to arrange for their neighbours. The main differences between a small street party and other public events are listed below:

Street Parties Other Public events
For residents/neighbours only Anyone can attend
Publicity only to residents

External publicity (such as in newspapers)

In a quiet residential road or street In buildings, parks etc.
Self-organised Professional/skilled organisers
Normally no insurance Insurance needed
No formal risk assessment needed Risk assessment common
No licences normally necessary if music incidental and no selling is involved Licence usually needed

Registering your event
Its simple download the form below, fill it in and return it to Dave Slater, Highways, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, Belmont House, Rectory Lane, Guisborough, TS14 7FD.
You can contact the Council on 01287 612579.

 icon Street Party form.pdf (168.38k)
Last modified: 23/04/2012 09:11:42

 icon Street parties FaQ.pdf (17.49k)
Last modified: 27/04/2012 10:58:47


Key date
To make sure we have enough time to register your event and apply road closures, please return completed forms as soon as possible.
Top tips

Make sure you read our frequently asked questions section for more helpful information.
More tips and support for organising a successful event can be found on the Streets Alive website www.streetparty.org.uk and The Big Lunch website www.thebiglunch.com.
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