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Bloxham Mill, Barford Road, Bloxham, Oxfordshire, OX15 4FF

t: 01295 722844e: enquiries@newmanevents.co.uk w: newmanevents.co.uk

Newman Event Services is an industry recognised company and is a provider of services to the event industry.

The company, which is located at Bloxham Mill, Barford Road, Bloxham Oxfordshire was set up by its founder Dean Newman who has many years of experience in the event sector providing security, stewarding, crowd management, health & safety advice, event management and infrastructure.

Founded on the principal of:

  • Listen to the customer to find out what they want,
  • Provide the customer with what they ask for,
  • Then exceed their expectations.

 

Newman event services offer peace of mind to your event requirements and budget.

 

Our Services


Security
Onsite 24 hours, if required, to protect equipment and the safety of your guests.

Stewards
Onsite 24 hours, if required, to help any guests and fulfil a safety role if needed.

Crowd Management
Onsite and pre-event work, producing plans to all event requirements to all nature of events.

Health & Safety
On site 24hrs if required to help protect your equipment and the safety of your guests

Infrastructure
On site 24hrs if required to help protect your equipment and the safety of your guests

Traffic Management
Onsite and on-call to help design, manage and implement every event traffic management requirement.

 

 

Newman Event Services partners

 

   

    

 

Newman Event Services Ltd is working towards accreditation of their SIA approved contractor status for the provision of Door Supervision services. The ACS Standard encompasses all aspects of a security provider’s operation. They are also working towards compliance to several British Standards awards.

 

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