An online toolkit for event organisers

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Things to Consider

You may want to consider providing catering for spectators or participants in your event. You will need to allow space for the caterers/food stalls to come in to set up as well as room to operate.

Try organising a deal with the catering vendors using meal tickets, and make sure you provide a separate area for the performers to eat.

Ask any potential caterer about their food safety practices as you don't want your event ruined by poor food handling practices.You may also need to cater for your workers and performers.