Posts Categorized: Events

The key is communications

We have always strived to have the best equipment and resources we can to support our staff in delivering the best care to our patients and support your events. In recent weeks we have taken delivery of the latest digital radios. These are based on mobile phone technology working on SIM cards. I say SIM… Read more »

Great Witchingham Horse Trials

Well, we finally get to start our season. We’ve had multiple events lost due to the weather. To be honest horse trials in the snow doesn’t sound appealing. We have just returned from Great Witchingham International Horse Trials. Firstly a huge thank you to all at the event for looking after our crews so well… Read more »

Training center launch and open day

its with huge excitement we can announce the opening of our training center in Great Yarmouth. Our training suite is on the third floor of Ferry House with panoramic views of the river and town. We can offer a vast range of courses including all aspects of first aid through to short courses to support… Read more »

Spring is springing and IAS are emerging

So the days are getting are getting longer, snowdrops are pushing up and the events are rolling in. The event season is approaching, I feel the British Eventing horse trials at Isleham indicate the beginning of our season proper. Isleham horse trials are the perfect launch for our season. It attracts the very best of… Read more »

Age nothing but a number

On various forums and social media I read companies proudly stating they all their fleet is less than X years old. 6 years seem to be the bench mark. I assume this is an attempt to replicate what most NHS trust provide. From my experience and I stand to be corrected that a majority of… Read more »

Event medics, they need to go!

Can someone tell me what a medic is? Oxford dictionaries list the term as a medical practitioner or medical student. Through the multitude of social media and from conversations I’ve had with customers. Many event medical companies offer medics. When I ask the customer what was the ‘medics’ scope of practice or qualification they don’t… Read more »


As we were returning home after a very successful and fortunately safe event at Isleham for the 25th British Eventing horse trials held at the venue. Tragic news was breaking about Olivia Inglis. A 17 year old young lady who was making a name for herself in the eventing world down under. Her horse tripped… Read more »

January is over

One down and eleven to go. Work is starting roll in for the 2016 season. If you are planning a event and are thinking you may require our services. Get in contact and we’ll be very happy to help you out. New vehicles are getting built, kit serviced and stores ordered for the coming season…. Read more »