With a myriad of decisions to make and responsibilities on the day, it is easy to see how organising an event can set even the calmest person’s nerves jangling. One way to start planning is to think about some of the events you have attended and note down what was good or what could have been better. If the food was delicious but you had to park miles away from the venue, then it might be the blisters that were truly memorable!
You can’t control the weather but you can avoid clouding everyone’s enjoyment so don’t lose sight of why you are organising your event and who your guests will be. A lovely lady celebrating her 100th Birthday decided age would certainly be no barrier to fun! Organising a garden party for family and friends, she rejected a quiet cup of tea and cake and opted for entertainment for all, such as live music, outdoor chess and giant jenga. Continue reading
We asked Sonia Dean, our MD, for some ‘Top Tips’ to ensure your event meets everyone’s expectations.
Careful planning will ensure you catapult your event from being just a nice experience to something really memorable. Defining from the outset why you are holding the event and what you are trying to achieve, your objective, is essential. We also ask our clients to think carefully about the audience – who will be attending – is this a business event for clients? Is it more informal for family and friends? What is their age range and are there any specific considerations such as mobility? Continue reading
We’ve just launched exciting new additions to our own range of products in the shape of three mini replica off-road cars, delivering a fun and authentic driving experience with wide appeal.
The off-road replica Land Rovers can be driven around an outdoor course, which we can set up on any suitable outdoor terrain, making it the perfect addition to action days, corporate or community events, festivals and private parties. Continue reading
Staff from across national recruitment consultancy firm ‘The Oho Group’ were rewarded with breathtaking views of London from the Thames and a luxury black-tie casino night on board The Edwardian riverboat, during an evening which we organised. Continue reading