Countryfile Live 2017Tuesday 17 October, 2017
Countryfile has been a permanent BBC fixture, and UK institution, since the late 80s. With the 30th anniversary of the...Read Article
At some of these festivals, we provide several temporary structures, ranging from 3 metre to 30 metre spans. We provide equipment and services to many of the major agricultural shows, county shows, food festivals and other exhibitions in the British Isles. From the Isle of Wight to Belfast and as far North as the Faroe Islands, at Field and Lawn, we have your festival marquee hire covered.
Come rain or shine, our highly trained teams are very experienced in delivering multi-site projects. We offer a first-class service and that’s why we still work with some of our very first customers to this day. We’ve been providing our services for 30+ years and we’ve refined our processes down to a tee, so that we can guarantee our customers a truly efficient service.
From our four locations, we cover all of the UK and have offices in Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol and London. We offer truly national coverage for each of our services, whether it be marquee and temporary structure hire, overlay services, or festive lighting.
2017 was the first year BBC Countryfile Live had worked with Field and Lawn. As a new partnership we were keen we were improving on the previous year with our structures. The quality but also finding a competitive price played an important part in this. We were very happy with the relationship we had with Field and Lawn prior to the event and on site they delivered a good final product. Field and Lawn's onsite team and foremen were easy to work with, which added to the success we had with them at BBC Countryfile Live 2017.Rosie, Organiser, BBC Countryfile Live
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