Case Studies

Click on the case studies to find out more about the specific events we have delivered and the challenges we have helped to address.

St Barnabas Community Fete

St Barnabas Community Fete is an annual festival in Tower Hamlets attended by 4,000 local people each year.  The event promotes unity in the local area, with its main aim to bring the community together through its line-up of live music, arts and crafts, food and drink and children’s attractions.  Planned, fundraised and organised entirely by a team of local volunteers, the event is a celebration of all that is good in the local neighbourhood.

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Rites of Life: An Outdoor Exhibition

Anders Ryman is a Swedish photographer and writer who specialises in people, travel and ethnic cultures.  His recent project, Rites of Life, has exhibited in various European locations including Berlin, Stockholm, Copenhagen and London.

The London show was an open-air photography exhibition, held over a period of 9 weeks at More London in the popular south bank cultural quarter.

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London Borough of Barking & Dagenham

As part of the Olympic Ambition Team at host borough London Borough of Barking & Dagenham (LBBD), Sarah Belchambers’ remit is to maximise the opportunities generated by the Games to the Borough’s residents, schools and businesses. Community engagement is key – and over the last few years, Sarah has organised and been involved in a diverse range of events.

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London Borough of Newham Sports & Activities –Tracking Success

The Sports & Activities team at the London Borough of Newham is responsible for a whole host of events that encourage community engagement in sport and physical activity for people of all ages and ability levels.

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One-Stop-Shop for Event Hire and Management

Having worked for Hackney for 22 years Tracey Dunn took on organising events for Hackney Homes in 2006 as part of her role as a Consultations & Events Officer.  The existing supplier for their community events and fun days could not fully meet certain requirements leaving the responsibility to her to source the remaining requirements for the event. Quickly realising that this was not the most efficient use of her time, Tracey started the search for a company that would be able to provide more of a ‘one-stop-shop’ service.

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