It all starts with an idea

Are you ready to organise an event for your community?
We have gathered some resources to help you plan and
implement your initiative.


About the campaign

What is Talk to Me Worcester? Who runs the Campaign? How did it all start? We’ve prepared a short summary for you to make it easier to explain what TTMW is all about.

Campaign brief

Who is the Campaign for? How to get involved and get the chance to win a prize? Find out more by downloading the campaign brief. 

Terms and conditions

All you need to know to make sure that you haven’t missed anythinh crucial when registering your event with Talk to Me Worecster. 

Talk to me Worcester posters

Want to spread the word about the campaign and encourage your neighbourhood, workplace, school, family, and friends to get involved? Print out a few posters and hang these around. Let’s get Worcester talking!

Talk to Me Worcester Logo

When organising your event, don’t forget to add the Talk to Me Worcester logo to your posters. You can download it here. 

Talk to me Worcester invitation

If you don’t have time or capacity to create a poster for your event, feel free to use our invitation template. 

Tips on running a community event

Want to get together with your neighbours over a cup of tea, organise a meal together or something altogether different? Here are a few useful tips and ideas for a bit of inspiration. 

Risk Assessment

No matter how small the event is, there may always be some risks that need consideration. Here’s a simple form that may help you consider the different aspects of the health and safety of your initiative.  

Previous events

Over 30 different events took place across the city as part of Talk to Me Worcester 2019. Meetings over tea and coffee, multi-cultural picnics, sports activities, quizzes, and community light installations are just a few of the events that brought people together. Check below the visual recording of the 2019 Campaign to get inspired for your own community event in 2020!