Fit for a Future King

Lining ropes inMonaco Marquees were privileged last month to be trusted by the Irish guards regiment to build a marquee to host their St Patricks Day parade celebration. The day had special importance as the guests of honour were no less than His Royal Highness the Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Princess Katherine.

It also marked a special day for Monaco Marquees as the marquee we provided was the biggest singular structure we had ever erected. The Marquee was 12m in Width and 39m in Length. It was large enough to hold 300 people for a sit down meal, a large stage, dance floor and two fully stocked bars.

Moffat TruckIt was erected on the Irish Guards Parade square situated in Mons Barracks, Aldershot. I wanted to write this blog to explain the process and challenges that the job posed for us. We had the opportunity to tender for the job as we had provided a similar marquee for the Sergeants Christmas Ball. Word passed to the commanding Major of the Irish guards who contacted us requesting a site survey.

I met with the major to talk through his requirements and was excited at the prospect of supplying a marquee for such importance. The main problem that I could identify with the job is that the marquee was to be erected on the concrete parade square and we were unable to drill the marquee into the hard surface. Usually if we cannot drill into the ground we would use water weight to anchor down the structure but on a marquee this size that would not be possible so it […]

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Monaco Celebrate 10 Year Anniversay

On 1st March 2015 Monaco Events celebrated their 10th anniversary of trading by hosting an evening to remember in a beautifully dressed marquee in Walton on Thames.

A host of people attended from friends and family of myself and Paul as well as current and past staff members, suppliers and a variety of valued clients. It was a wonderful opportunity for all of us at Monaco to reflect on the last 10 years to remember how far the company has come from its humble beginnings. Laughs were shared between colleagues remembering the good times that the last decade has served us.

The evening was concluded by gifts being presented to our two longest serving members of staff Sam Workman and Sophie Harper to thank them for their loyal service and hard work.IMG_0382A surprise presentation then followed as Sam and Sophie revealed a beautiful engraved glass trophy to us which was accompanied by a heart felt speech. It was an emotional end to a first class evening.

We would like to thank everyone who has made the last 10 years possible, all of our wonderful staff who work so hard, our customers who trust us with events of such huge importance and all our trusted business partners who have helped us over the years.

We now look forward to the next 10 years and we will endeavour to make them as memorable as the last. We are constantly finding new ways to improve our service and standards and very much hope that we will be able to create memorable events for so many new customers.

Thank […]

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