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Matt Hettle briefing DC Site Services event staff at the 2013 Leeds Festival

2014 event jobs and festival work with DC Site Services

Posted on 29 Jan 2014

DC Site Services would like to send out a big thank you to all of our event staff who have braved the cold weather with us over the winter months. We're already deep into the depths of planning for the summer event and festival season, if you're starting to do the same make sure you have a read of our recent news about the 2014 event and festival season rumours! We've been receiving a lot of questions about jobs applications for events and festivals in 2014 and it's great to hear so many of you ... read more

2014 festival and event season rumours - Aerosmith

2014 festival and event season rumours

Posted on 15 Jan 2014

All at DC Site Services would like to send out a very Happy New Year to all of our festival and event staff! We hope you all had a great break and wherever you are it's a little warmer than where we are! We're a few months away from the 2014 festival season getting into full swing but the rumours about who will be playing where are already hitting the festival press! If you'd like to find out more head over to the PAAM festival staff blog and have a read of their new 2014 Festival Rumours post ... read more

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May I also add, particularly to you Ed, a massive thanks for the work you and the DC team put into this event. The waste management and clean-up went fantastically well on the night, and I am very grateful to you for the work you put into ensuring we had the right level of provision. In particular, can I pass on my personal praise to Dylan and the rest of the team on the night, they were simply amazing, they kept going at a ferocious pace throughout the night and did not let up even right at the end. Their professionalism and energy are the main reason that we, and the College staff here at St Hugh's, were so happy the next morning with how the site looked, almost back to normal. I will be sure to recommend DC highly to future Balls, especially St Hugh's.

Harrison Engler
St Hugh’s Ball