English UK London, a subgroup of English UK, invites all English UK London members to a summer garden party on Friday 21 July 2017 to run a stall – and help break a world record.
There will be football, hoopla, ping pong and a BBQ, but English UK London are calling for more stalls to bring the summer garden party to life. St. Giles is running an arts and crafts corner and the throw-a-sponge stocks, while English UK corporate member London Nest are hosting a face painting corner.
What's more, this not-for-profit party also aims to break a world record by holding a language class for the highest number of students from different nationalities.
To make it a success, English UK London are calling on all its members to mobilise students from the more unusual source countries like Honduras or Papua New Guinea.
So, take a look at your nationality mix for the week that runs up to Friday 21 July and contact Ola at London Nest and she will offer VIP places for unusual nationalities. Students will need to bring photographic ID.
Alternatively, students can sign up online.
When: Friday 21 July 2017, 2pm till 6pmWhere: The Calphorpe Project, LondonStudent entry: £5 in advance / £7 on the door
If you want to host a stall, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea.
To be guaranteed tickets members need to pre-order them for students from Ola Gasza (Events co-ordinator, London Nest) on email@example.com or call 020 7697 0009.
Any profit will be donated to the Eddie Byers Scholarship, the Calthorpe Project and ZRSDP, a charity in Zimbabwe.