Sunday, 28 July 2013

EA Summer Party

Hot weather, hot party! A few weekends ago, we organized an EA Summer Festival party in Loseley Park for their Employees, their families and friends who came and enjoyed the sizzling sunshine and loads of exciting activities in three joining fields: the Loop, the Meadow and the 4WD course of which guests were pick-up in golf buggies and taken between them. Throughout the day mouthwatering wood fired pizzas, quality made burgers, crepes, a well-stocked bar and Loseley’s famous ice-cream provided guests with energy and refreshments, perfect for a day of festivities.
In the fields they had both children and adults getting into the swing of things with face painting – ones never too old for this! Other ideas to keep the children busy was they had their own entertainer, bouncy castle, stilt walkers, balloon modelling and kids soft playground! For those that were a bit braver and enjoyed a bit of speed they found themselves on the dodgems whizzing around the ring and for those that wanted to test their aim and steadiness found themselves at the archery section or clay pigeon shooting. For the more adventurous guests were invited to the Laser Battlefield which attracted young and old and gave those who was stuck in an the office people the perfect opportunity to stretch their arms and legs in the woods running and hiding to avoid being lasered. These all boosted great excitement for the guests.  

The party lasted from 11am to 6pm and throughout the day it was fantastic to see everyone having a lovely time with their families and friends throughout the day.



 A great experience, lots of excercise, laughter and best of all able to get a tan!
 Written by intern Elena Xu



WPO Canada London Dinner

London is known for her History and famous landmarks, but ever thought about having a private dinner or event in one of them like the Tower of London for example? Well some of our VIP clients got the chance to do just that in this beautiful iconic venue.

Their night started off sparkling with a tour of the Jewel House where the prized Crown Jewels are kept where they then moved onto the White Tower which houses part of the Royal Armouries and is the oldest medieval building at the Tower of London for a welcoming champagne reception. After the guests settled down to an exclusive three course dinner and were treated to the spectacular views of Tower Bridge from the windows.

View of Tower Bridge from the Tower of London
Private dinner at The Tower of London

After dinner the guests had the opportunity to watch famous key ceremony that only a select few people ever get to witness. This is the traditional locking up of the Tower of London and has taken place on each and every night, without fail, for at least 700 years. The importance of securing this fortress for the night is still very relevant because, although the Monarch no longer resides at this royal palace, the Crown Jewels and many other valuables still do J


It was a wonderful night full of fantastic food, wine and history.
 EMC3 team behind the scenes

Written by intern Sara Lieber