Things To Do. Activities Run By The BBC and Partners.

BBC Things To Do is changing.

From 8th December the Things To Do site will close and will become the Get Inspired Activity Finder.

From that date we are only promoting activities that are relevant to Get Inspired. That means that from 31st October, we are only accepting new activities that are suitable for the Get Inspired project.

Why become a partner?

Inspire the public

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*Partners in the cultural sector can either register via Things To Do or via Culture24

Our partners

We welcome partners who:

  • are run on a not-for-profit basis or are public service organisations
  • and who run activities that involve active participation

We are working with thousands of organisations, ranging from national bodies to small local groups, to get audiences across the UK participating in history, nature, outdoors, adventure, sport and the arts. These are some of our partners:

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We've changed!

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You asked us to make it easier to work with photos, add dates and receive fewer emails.

We've updated the site based on your feedback.

Please let us know what you think.

We recently ran an activity which appeared on Things To Do. We saw a fourfold increase in numbers and most had never been to the centre before. Things To Do made a real difference.

Lyndsey Maiden
Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

We're a small charity and haven't got a website of our own. Things To Do is a great way of letting the community know about our activities and more people are coming to them since we started using it.

Jackie Carpenter
Volunteer Manager, Island Community Action