WOW #GetYourBellyOut is almost 5 years old!!!!
The #GetYourBellyOut founders would love for you to join us on 6th of April 2019 to celebrate FIVE amazing years of the #GetYourBellyOut campaign, which supports people affected by #Crohns Disease and Ulcerative #Colitis
Our Big Birthday Weekender will bring together the #IBD community to help create great friendships and lasting memories whilst providing an opportunity to raise funds for GetYourBellyOut CIC (a not-for-profit organisation).
Ticket Price: £30.00 + additional £1 postage for ticket delivery.
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We ask that guests are 8+ and all attendees under 18 years of age are to be accompanied by an adult.
‘I had people that wanted to speak to me, drink, dance, be with me for me and give me their time. No judgement, no negative vibes, just an allowance to do things at your own pace.
Don’t get me wrong there was nerves, anxiety in the build up and even on the journey but on arrival there was a warm embrace, a friendly smile and straight off you are made to feel welcome. Thank you for that opportunity and giving me friends that no matter what in life I can call friends unconditionally x’ – Kevin
We would love for you to join us to celebrate such an amazing mile stone. It means so much to us that you’ve supported us over these past years and we hope to put on a fantastic event for you!! We are a welcoming bunch and only ask that attendees support the work we do at the #GetYourBellyOut campaign so friends, family and loved ones are all welcome to join us!!
We are returning once more to The National Motorcycle Museum Solihull, Birmingham following positive feedback from previous years.
On the Friday evening we plan to take a number of party guests bowling (yes for free!)!! Please only sign up for bowling AFTER you’ve bought a party ticket so that we can ensure this additional entertainment is catered towards our party guests.
If you live locally and would only like to join us for the evening of bowling, you’re welcome to join us provided that you cover your own costs.
This years chosen theme will remain a mystery – oooohh!!
Date: April 6th 2019
Time: 7.00 pm – 1 am
Dress to impress – No jeans or trainers.
Tickets will be on sale until 31st March 2019 @11.59pm subject to availability
The evening consists of…
A hot and cold buffet with a yummy desert, the menu has been hand picked to be gentle on everyone’s bellies. A slice of birthday cake, unlimited photo prints from the photo booth, a few words from the founders, a whole night of dancing (which includes a spontaneous dance off at some point in the evening or even the traditional conga line!), a raffle and a few other surprises on the night but don’t want to give too much away!
There will be hundreds of bellies in attendance but not to worry there are plenty of loos and a free cloakroom if you need to bring any extra bits with you.
Guests preferred hotel accommodation is The Travelodge Birmingham Airport which will once more become the focus of the majority of everyone’s stay.
In previous years guests have chosen to stay the weekend with party goers arriving at the hotel from the Friday. https://
***We strongly recommend you book your hotel accommodation early as the costs skyrocket as the date gets closer***
Parking at this hotel consists of a daily rate of £8:49 – this rate is only available if you pre-book 12 hours in advance or your arrival!
Many people meet in the bar area of the hotel on the Friday evening and Saturday day which is the perfect opportunity to get to know some guests in preparation for Saturday evening’s event.
We have created the following event page should you have any questions and we do hope that you can join us!
Lots of love and hope to see you soon!
Lorna, Victoria and Gem xxx
With special thanks to the hundreds of ‘bellies’ which turned out in support for GetYourBellyOut’s…
4th campaign celebrations in the UK on 14th April 2018
3rd campaign celebrations in the UK on 8th April 20172nd campaign celebrations in the UK on 9th April 2016
1st campaign celebrations in the UK on 28th of March 2015