Don’t you like to do something different?
We love inspiring and organising events, the quirkier the better. Our experience covers a range of events that we have run for charities and commercial operators
At the annual Broughton Festival of Beer we ran a Pop Up Pub in the Browfoot Rooms called ‘The Travellers Alms’ to raise money for the Almshouse charity in Ulpha. We transformed the village hall into a pub for 3 consecutive years where we offered beer, food and music. Very popular with the locals as the usual pubs in Broughton was too busy!
Tipi conference buyers event near Wainwrights Tarn, complete with open fire cooking and DIY cocktails with a mixologist in shorts and flipflops
Woburn Oyster Festival, large village event selling over 20,000 oyster across the weekend. Woburn is the furthest point for the sea! Paul Stewart even brought his F1 car down into the village as part of the event
Woolmer Green – Pond Water Day, raising money to restore the village pond by selling a beer called ‘Pond Water’.
And on a serious note, Tourism for All event in association with Lakes Mobility, Cumbria Tourism and the Parks Authority to raise awareness of all disabilities, visible & invisible and how we can all do the right thing to help. Wheels for All event from Langdale to Skelwith Bridge ahead of the Fred Whitton Endurance Cycling Event the following day.
The beauty of events is the freedom to be imaginative and quirky. It is something we are passionate about.
There may be a place for an imaginative solution for your guest and/or visitors. The beauty of independent businesses is your ability to stand out with only your imagination being your limitation. Let us encourage your creative style.