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Five Steps to Running an Event

The simply answer would be to hire us – we can guide you every step of the way; that doesn’t make for a good blog post though, does it?! Over the past five years we have established a number of new events, supported various events, as well as increased the profitability of some longstanding, well-established

Gazebo Top Tips

It’s a wet and windy day (as it often is in the South West!) and you’re holding on to your brand new gazebo before it blows away. It’s buckled and it it now leaking all over your wonderful stock. Where did you go wrong? We’ve seen this time and time again at Diverse Events. Exhibitors

I ❤ Diverse Events!

Do you ❤ Diverse Events? The guys over at FastLabels sure do as they reached out to us and sent us thousands of massive “I love Diverse Events” stickers! Once they receieved confirmation that the proof was fine, off to print they went and arrived the next day on my doorstep. Having no idea what to

Christmas Events 2016

It’s certainly been a busy few weeks over this years festive period, but we can finally sit down and enjoy Christmas! This years Christmas started nice and early on the 5th of November at our “Warm up to Christmas” event in Tavistock Town Hall. This event is always a great one to start the festive

The Dartmoor Zoo Wedding Fair 2016 – Sept

Our final wedding fair of the year was at Dartmoor Zoo. After the first DZP wedding fair being beautiful sunshine, we were unfortunately faced with wind and rain. Trusty Dartmoor weather! Guests arrived and were given a free goody bag, which included a free copy of SW Bride magazine, Always & Forever magazine, Confetti magazine, a

Saltash Mayor and Saltash.net pupils share delight with their regenerated gardens

We were approached recently by Endsliegh Garden Centre who recently spent the Summer regenerating the gardens at Saltash.net’s “The Zone” after they were vandalised. Endsleigh wanted an opening of the gardens organised, so we got to work, organised press (Cornish Times, Saltash Observer, Plymouth Hearld, LoveSaltash, Cornish Guardian, Ivybridge Gazette, South Hams Gazette, Plymouth Parents

#LoveSaltash Market – Saltash Festival of Arts

After previously holding the #LoveSaltash markets in Wesley Road, Saltash we were asked to run a one off street market as part of the Saltash Festival of Arts. Learning from our previous Saltash street markets, we moved it to Lower Fore Street (much to the delight of the majority of shops on Lower Fore Street!)

Gingers the Gathering 2016

There are a variety of pride events around the globe, but have you heard of Ginger Pride? I certainly hadn’t – but I recently found out there is a revolution happening! Ginger people are standing up and being counted! There are a minority of people with ginger hair who do get discriminated against and bullied

Who even needs an event organiser?!

“The volunteer committee has been running this event successfully for the past twenty years, why would we need to hire an event organiser?!” That is something I hear often when suggesting hiring an event organiser. It’s a huge barrier to break through when dealing with long standing events, but once the committee see the benefits

Mr & Mrs Sings

Mr & Mrs Sings got married at Dunwell Farm, a beautiful venue with views over Dartmoor and Plymouth. The wedding was always to be a relaxed, fun and carefree day. The couple got legally wed a few days before in a registry office, but this was not their wedding, this was simply ‘a bit of