A bumper Bank Holiday of Bob! Plus FREE September membership on offer!22nd August 2013
What have you got planned for the sunny August Bank Holiday? We have two fantastic events to keep you busy… plus a chance for you to get a free month’s worth of inclusive membership if you fancy adding Notting Hill Carnival to our Bank Holiday calendar!
Read on for more details and a run-down of the weekend’s activities…
Fun and Games in the Park (Saturday)
On Saturday we’re heading to Primrose Hill for a free, relaxed social from 2pm. Enjoy the view, relax in the sunshine and of course take part in the usual Bob mischief!
Gameshow Buzzer Quiz (Sunday)
thinking bob have been invited to host a Bank Holiday special event! This month we’re also featuring questions from the 90s and Game of Thrones! There are drinks to be won and the chance to win a “mystery prize” by entering the clobber bonus round… and no work the next day to spoil the fun…
Tickets are selling out fast – get yours here before they go!
Notting Hill Carnival
FREE September membership on offer!
We’re looking for members to host a trip to the Notting Hill Carnival on either Sunday or Monday. Like all of our members who host an event, we’ll give you free inclusive membership for the whole of September as a thank you.
That means no membership fee for September, plus most of our events will be free or heavily discounted for the month. Fancy it? Find out more about hosting one of our events here.
If you would like to help host this exciting event, please email us at email@example.com and we’ll put you in touch with any other members who would like to co-host.
SW4 (South West Four festival)
Us Bobbers are known for our dancing skills (for good reason!) so we’ve got our glow sticks at the ready for the SW4 (South West Four) festival. Tens of thousands of ravers will head to Clapham Common for the 10th anniversary festival on Saturday and Sunday this weekend.
If fermented apples are more your thing, why not head to The Alma in Newington Green for Ciderfest, a whole weekend of English cider and perry, plus folk and reggae DJs?