A wet weekend ahead & new festivals, Stevofest & Gunnersville!

Posted on Wednesday, August 14, 2019

To those working this weekend (the British Young Horse Championship, Euston Park Endurance, Ed Sheeran Tour, Mini in the Park & Elrow Town) please make sure to bring your waterproofs! Rain is forecast across the UK and for those working in fields, wellies are recommended!

Regardless of the less than ideal weather, we’ve pleased to announce we’ve added two new festivals to our Event Schedule, Stevofest and Gunnersville!

Stevofest is certainly a unique festival taking place over the August bank holiday weekend (23rd>26th Aug). The festival came into being to originally celebrate a joint 50th, 21st birthday and 25th wedding anniversary and is described by some as Glastonbury but with 500 of your closest friend and family. DC Site Services will be providing waste management services to this intimate festival set in the Surrey countryside, it’s not one to be missed!

If the countryside is a bit of a trek for you then it’s back to London for Gunnersville, a new concert series taking place 6th>10th September, located at Gunnersbury Park, London. The three-day concert series will see performances from the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Echo and Badly Drawn Boy to name but a few. DC will be providing waste management, cleaning and toilet attendant services, so if you’d like to attend while working then simply sign up to work through your DCSS PAAM profile.

As always, if you have any queries regarding your applications don’t hesitate to get in contact with the office admin team.

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DC Site Services were appointed to manage the running of the public car park for the Aegon Open Nottingham, international tennis event. Due to the nature of the event, most vehicles arrive and depart within a short window of time at the start and end of each day’s play. DC Site Services ran a smooth operation, with their knowledge and expertise in this area and were effective in managing the vehicle flow as well as the wear and tear of the field on which the cars were parking, to ensure the delivery on day 1 was as good as the delivery on day 9.  This improvement was also recognised by our customers who referenced this specifically when asked in a survey how the event had improved compared with previous years, quoting “parking was easier”, “there were no queues to park this year”, “parking was more organised”, “car park problems from last year sorted”.

Rebecca James - Tournament Director