Having already worked well with Lighthouse Brand Marketing on their first big event venture, Lymington Seafood Festival, Event Power Engineering Ltd were sent plans for a new idea. This event was set in a large estate in the New Forest with access to the beach and was set to attract 1000’s of visitors each day to their 150 trade stands and caterers as well as numerous feature stages and arena...

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Following on from the successful power infrastructure of their smaller sister event, Out There, the organisers of Jersey Weekender asked Event Power Engineering Ltd to tender for the supply and installation of power generation and distribution for Jersey’s biggest festival. This event is open to all ages and is open over two days.

We consulted with the festival organisers, discussed the...

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We have invested into new stock ahead of what is set to be a busy summer season. We have taken delivery of shiny new generators, fuel tanks and trailers as well as 1000's of metres of cabling and distro built by our in house team. Give us a call and let us Engineer the best solution for your event power.

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Our team were busy working into the night to preview the lighting for a wedding near Marlborough. Using 500m of festoon with energy efficient LED lamps, 300m of warm white string light and a selection of uplighters, our Engineers transformed a rural garden into an awe inspiring reception venue.

There were a couple of unique areas to this reception that needed highlighting. The groom had not...

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Last weekend the Event Power Engineering team were on site to provide temporary power and distribution to around 50 catering and stall holders at this year's event. The successful event was thoroughly enjoyed by the residents on Lymington and the New Forest and owes a massive credit to the Event Organisers Lighthouse Marketing. The event over looks the harbour and even on a slightly overcast Sunda...

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Working with and the , Event Power Engineering installed Winter Lights into Boscombe precinct. These consisted of custom designed ghost and pumpkin motifs, attractive, animated displays and boas across the street mixed with lamp columns decorated with lit bats and spiders webs.

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