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We’ll be adding more, and will let you know when!
You can download these individually below.Download resource pack
We’ve put together this handy toolkit to help you to plan your event. Whether it’s the venue, invitations, insurance or the food, we’ve got it covered.
Please note this guide was prepared for The Great Get Together 2019, but you may find it useful for events at other times in the year.Download toolkit >
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
Looking for a way to promote The Great Get Together on social media? Try these.Download social media graphics
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
This menu will give your guests some conversation starters to help them get to know each other better.Download Conversation Menu
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.
The Great Get Together was an initiative founded in 2017 by the family and friends of Jo Cox 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 The Jo Cox Foundation (registered charity number 117083).