Dorset based security firm Real World Services is helping support this year’s Junior Festival at Weymouth Rugby Club on Sunday 9th June.
The Junior Festival was held on Sunday 9th June and is a music event dedicated to young bands, to perform there you have to be under 20. It allows children and young adults to showcase their talents in a unique and fun way.
Paul Roberts, Head of Security Operations at Real World Services “Each year we donate our support and security services to the Junior Festival free of charge. This kind of event is key to helping young people develop their skills, as well as confidence. For us, it’s an event where we can get involved and make a difference.”
Real World Services specialise in ‘Event Security’ and are nationally renowned for it. You may remember seeing them at the ‘Beach Live Site’ on Weymouth beach during the 2012 Olympics, where they kept crowds of tens of thousands safe each day.
Antoine Edery from the Junior Festival added “We are grateful for the support we’ve had over the last 2 years from Real World Services. They’ve been with us since our first Junior Festival last year. This year the festival is bigger than ever, with 8 bands, 4 dance schools and a DJ performing across the day.”
The Junior Festival took place on Sunday 9th June 2018 at Weymouth Rugby Club.