We are fast approaching the end of a busy year of events. It has not been all plain sailing but we all pulled together and made it through. We have had work varying from concerts, festivals, functions, London and football events. One of the other contracts we also held this year, which will still continue into the new year is the southeastern train stations. To all the staff that have participated, we understand that it is quite demanding and you have dealt with the demands exceptionally.
To end the year off with a big bang, as we do every year. I would like to remind you that we will be providing staff to the London fireworks for new years eve. its the highlight for many people including staff that work the event. It is a perfect moment to interact and meet people from all ages, countries and races. It’s also a great bonding moment and a way to meet staff members you may not have meet prior to the event. You can also experience magical moments like i have, when the clock hit midnight and the snow began to fall! just like something out of a film.
Look forward to seeing you there to see in the new year!!
Dartford town centre’s getting ready to sparkle and shine at this year’s Big Christmas Switch On which takes place on Saturday 19 November.
Joe Pasquale will be joined on stage by The Gruffalo, The Wedding Singer and Orchard Theatre pantomime stars from 2pm, as the countdown to switching on Dartford’s Christmas lights begins. There will also be performances from Chris Till, DAODS and The Little Mix Experience.
The performers will be joined on stage by the Mayor of Dartford Councillor John Burrell, Father Christmas and our colouring competition winner to switch on the lights at 5.20pm.
In addition to the acts and entertainment on stage in the High Street, there will be lots of family entertainment and giveaways around the town centre.
Councillor Patsy Thurlow, Cabinet Member for Events said, “We’re looking forward to another spectacular Big Christmas Switch On this year and hope you can join us in the High Street for an afternoon of festive fun! It’s a great start to the festive season and every year the town and all our visitors look great covered in paper snow! It takes ages to clear up but who cares? It’s Christmas!”
Dear staff members, we understand that everybody may not be familiar with work locations within London. so we try our hardest to make it as easy as possible for you. I have added this image for our staff to view if needed. It shows details on how to make your way to the stadium from Stratford international/Westfields, it also shows at the bottom Pudding Mill DLR Station which is closet to the signing in point.
From Westfields, make your way to the stadium walking past the aquatics center. You will find a bridge in front of you which is (Brigde B), you will need to cross this bridge and once on the concourse turn left. Make your way to the West ham club shop, located outside turnstile E. Just past the club shop there are a set of double stairs, make your way to the bottom of the stairs and on your right there is a big white tent. You will enter this tent and will be subjected to a search before entering the stadium. Once your search has finished proceed into the stadium through the single door, carry on walking through the second door and find the company representative on your left.
DIRECTIONS FROM PUDDING MILL LANE
From Pudding Mill Lane, once exiting the station make your way to the Greenway. Once you have got to the Greenway you will see a road called the loop road, follow it round to the left and on your right hand side you should see a big white tent. You will enter this tent and will be subjected to a search before entering the stadium. Once your search has finished proceed into the stadium through the single door, carry on walking through the second door and find the company representative on your left.
Many years ago, a group of players were chosen to form an elite team. They had no ground, clubhouse or subscription and membership was by invitation only. In essence, they represented a glorious concept brought to life by the vision and enthusiam of one man, William Percy Carpmael. Inspired by his personal playing experiences with both Blackheath and Cambridge University, his dream was to spread good fellowship amongst all rugby football players.The dream became reality on December 27th 1890 at Friary Field, Hartlepool. There, all things great about the game – flair, courage, spirit and passion – were encapsulated in one great team. A team they called the Barbarians.
Tomorrow we are supplying staff at west ham, to all staff we would like you to have a fun and safe shift. we would also like to point out that we have positions available for Wembley on the 30th of October, we would like to use this opportunity to ask staff that haven’t booked in to please do so.
We are pleased to be supplying staff to the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, we are also pleased at the response that we had in regards of staff booking in. we have provided staff for this event for a number of years now, and with your help we would like to go back every year. keep up the good work guys! Enjoy, it should be and interesting and exciting day.
Greetings to all the Centre Circle family, we are coming to the end of the year which is always a busy period. As you know we supply to events all year round and now comes the winter, with Christmas and new years being two of our most demanding periods of work.
For those that know at the moment we have the SSE Arena to supply to all the way up to Christmas, so please keep an eye on our Centre Circle staff booking in site as these jobs have been snapped up really quickly.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank and wish all the staff working this weekend a safe and pleasant shift, your time and dedication are much appreciated.