This recipe for Potato Bread with Goats’ Cheese and Thyme from Delia Smith is great because you’ve got the bread and cheese all in one! It must be the quickest, easiest home-made bread on record.
This recipe is for an old-fashioned treacle tart. Perfect for your Great Get Together celebrations.
These stickers have been designed for you to give out at your Get Together. Send the template to a local printer and they will be able to print stickers for you based on these designs.Download sticker template
Download this press release template to adapt and send to your local newspaper, TV and radio stations. Local media love hearing about local events!Download press release template
This colouring sheet will be fun for the little ones during your Get Together. You just need to provide the pencils and crayons!Download colouring sheet
Why not create a Facebook page to promote your event? Or share your organisations support for The Great Get Together on Twitter? This pack will give you everything you need to promote your involvement on social media, including customisable banners so you can add your own logos and adapt them as you see fit. Don’t forget to tag us so we can see all the great ways you’re celebrating!Download
Print and invite your friends and neighbors to your get together.
Stick up this poster to advertise the big day!
Great Get Together Map
If your event is public, add it to our map
Let people know about your event using our template.
Why not create a Facebook page to promote your event? Or share your support for The Great Get Together on Twitter? This pack will give you everything you need, and don’t forget to tag us so we can see all the great ways you’re celebrating!
This menu will give your guests some conversation starters to help them get to know each other better.
The Great Get Together was an initiative founded in 2017 by the family and friends of Jo Cox by the More in Common in partnership with more than 100 organisations. Since then we've heard from all quarters that the Great Get Together shouldn't be a one-off, so it's now a project of More In Common (Company No: 10900540) in close partnership with the Jo Cox Foundation. More in Common is an initiative founded to build more united, inclusive and resilient societies in which all have a stronger sense of belonging and where support for vibrant civic and democratic institutions is strong and stable.