De Boer houses charity fundraiser

By Sarah Ann McCay11 July 2013

De Boer provided the temporary structures for The Berkeley Foundation fundraiser in central London

De Boer provided the temporary structures for The Berkeley Foundation fundraiser in central London

De Boer recently created a venue for a charity dinner held in London’s Horse Guards Parade and attended by celebrities and business leaders.

The temporary structures specialist was contracted by creative agency TBA to create the venue for the fundraiser held by The Berkeley Foundation, launched two years ago by The Berkeley Group, to improve the lives of young people and their communities in London and the South of England.

The charity dinner for 800 guests was held on June 27 and hosted by TV and radio presenter Chris Tarrant. Pop superstar Gary Barlow providing the highlight of the evening’s entertainment.

De Boer supplied the main structure for the event, a Jumbo Hall as well as two Alu Halls for a reception area and catering.

David Tunnicliffe, who managed the event for De Boer, said: “This was an exciting event in one of the most stunning and instantly recognisable spaces in London.

"TBA tasked us to supply the structure as well as all the finishing, carpets, woodwork, air conditioning and oak panelled toilets. We were extremely pleased with the result and the structure looked spectacular.”


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