How to Organise a Fete

NOTE: These guides have now been superseded by our ‘Fete In A Box’. We have put together over a hundred ‘how-to’ guides, templates, links and downloads to make your job as easy as it possibly can be. Please click here for a downloadable copy of this guide, plus much more!

The following guides are available to assist you with your planning, each with relevant downloads and links contained within:

 

 

‘How to Organise a Fete’ Full Guides:

 

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