Key dates for planning your Temporary Event Notice (TEN)

13th January 2023

Key dates for planning your Temporary Event Notice (TEN)

Looking at the year ahead, below are some events that you may wish to consider when planning your Temporary Event Notice usage. You may wish to review your licensing hours and conditions should you intend to celebrate or stage events at your premises. If you may require later hours, revised conditions or want to consider licensing additional external spaces in the warmer weather for example, it’s never too soon to lodge those Temporary Events Notices so that you can plan ahead with certainty.

January: 16-29 January Australian Tennis Open

February: 4 February (until 18 March) Six Nations Rugby Tournament / 11 February BRIT Awards / 12 February SuperBowl / 19 February Bafta Awards

March: 12 March The Oscars

April: 7-10 April Easter Bank Holiday / 8 April Masters Golf in Augusta / 15 April (until 1 May) World Snooker Championship

May: 1 May Early May Bank Holiday / 4 May UK Local Elections / 6 May Coronation of Kings Charles and Bank Holiday / 13 May Eurovision Song Contest / 14 May Women’s FA Cup Final / 18-21 May US PGA Golf / 29 May Late May Bank Holiday

June: 3 June Men’s FA Cup Final / 22 June (until 18 July) Women’s Ashes

July: 1-23 July Tour de France / 3-16 July Wimbledon Tennis Championships / 7-9 July Formula One British Grand Prix / 16-23 July UK Golf Open at St Andrew’s / 20 July (20 August) FIFA Women’s World Cup (in Australia and New Zealand)

August: 19-27 August World Athletics Championship / 28 August Bank Holiday / 28 August (until 10 September) US Tennis Open

September: 8 September (until 28 October) Rugby World Cup

October: 16 October Walt Disney 100th anniversary / 25th October (until 26 November) Cricket World Cup in India

November: 21-26 November Davis Cup

December: Festive Period!

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