Friday, 15 March 2013

National award for local event company

The above photo shows (left to right) award sponsor Paul Scaife of Chalkstream Wines, Richard Millward and James Hodgson of Relevent Ltd and Richard Limb, President of the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA). The above photo shows (left to right) award sponsor Paul Scaife of Chalkstream Wines, Richard Millward and James Hodgson of Relevent Ltd and Richard Limb, President of the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA).

Relevent Ltd, established in 2003, is celebrating its 10th birthday with a prestigious award from the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA).

At the Association's Annual Conference & Awards Dinner held in the Midlands last week The NOEA Special Award for Exceptional Customer Service was given by the judges in recognition of both customer and supplier plaudits that had been received by the Association regarding Relevent's contribution to the Outdoor Events Industry.

Relevent Ltd were also short-listed in the hugely competitive Event Organiser of the Year category at a ceremony that saw Sebastian Coe receiving a Lifetime Achievement award for his work bringing the London 2012 Olympic games to reality.

Based just North of Ware, in Barwick, Relevent Ltd work all over the Country and are involved in some of the largest events taking place in Britain.  2012 was a very busy year with Jubilee and Olympic events, but the year ahead already looks busy with commitments to the Silverstone Classic, the Blenheim International Horse Trials, the Wings and Wheels Airshow, the Regent Street Motor Pageant and the London to Brighton Veteran Car Rally.

Relevent Ltd's directors James Hodgson (from Hertford) and Richard Millward (from Puckeridge) both attended the Awards Ceremony and were delighted to receive the award from NOEA President Richard Limb and award sponsor Paul Scaife of Chalkstream Wines.  "We have a fantastic team of suppliers who we like to use regularly, and a long list of very happy clients who keep coming back to us" said James.  "This award, which we were not expecting, proves that this close working collaboration has its reward" said Richard.