What is UK Parliament Week?
An annual festival of events that engages people with the UK Parliament, explores what it means to them and empowers them to get involved. This year UK Parliament Week is taking place from 12 – 18 November.
Last year, over 2,500 uniformed organisations took part in UK Parliament Week!
This year, we have 10,000 free UK Parliament Week partners’ kits to give away, with posters, badges, bunting and event a Votes for Women sash to help you celebrate!
UK Parliament Week and Uniformed Organisations
This year UK Parliament Week is partnering with several uniformed organisations.
- Girlguiding Ulster
- Girlguiding South West
- Girlguiding London and South East
- Girlguiding North West
- Girlguiding Anglia
- Girlguiding Midlands
- Girlguiding Scotland
- Girlguiding Branch Associations
- Girlguiding North East
- Boys Brigade
- Scouts Northern Ireland
- Scouts UK
Each region or nation will be producing a special resource booklet unique to their area full of fun activities for you to use during UK Parliament Week this November.
Who can get involved?
Uniformed organisations can take part by registering a UK Parliament Week event or activity to take place during their weekly meeting.
Once you sign up, we’ll send you one of our free UK Parliament Week partners’ kits, including an activity booklets unique to your region or nation.
How do we take part?
You can take part by registering your event or activity with our simple online form. You must register in order to receive one of our 10,000 free partners’ kits – so sign up before they’re gone!
Your activities should take place during UK Parliament Week, running from 12 – 18 November 2018.
Get a badge
All uniformed organisations who take part in UK Parliament Week will get a free woven badge for their children in their unit, letting everyone know that they took part!
To be eligible for free woven badges you must register your UK Parliament Week event or activity.
You will be able to claim your woven badges in the online feedback form that will be emailed to you after UK Parliament Week 2018.