Norfolk Safer Community Awards 2019

THE NOSCAs A HUGE SUCCESS!

Since April, Splice Creative have been working closely with Norfolk Constabulary for the eighth year on the NOSCAs – the Norfolk Safer Community Awards.

Now in it's twelth year, the NOSCAs recognise the people who go the extra mile to keep Norfolk a safe environment for people to work, live and visit. The awards celebrate the hard work and dedication of police officers, staff and the local community over 17 different categories, ranging from Community Citizen of the Year to Outstanding Team of the Year and our favourite category, Police Dog of the Year.

We work closely with the event director to help the Constabulary present and administer these annual awards from collating nominations, to print and design and event management.

Now the event is over and done with for other year, we are pleased to say it was again a huge success. Over 250 guests, police officers and staff and event sponsors attended the evening in Norwich on Thursday 10 October. We were even joined by not one but four dogs this year, as well as Police Horse Jeeves.

Our friendly, professional team have years of experience in event management and we are thrilled to be a part of our client’s successes. If you are looking for a highly-skilled team to work alongside your business, please get in touch so we can help you plan your next event.

Project: Norfolk Constabulary

"Kerry’s attention to detail and understanding of what we need is what makes a project of this size run so smoothly. We may be based in two different businesses but it feels like I’m working with a colleague and the result each year is a professional awards evening worthy of any professional organisation. One thing I particularly like about Kerry and Mark is their approachability. Nothing is too much trouble and they remain calm and unflappable even when our demands are high. I look forward to working with them each year and would recommend Splice Creative because of their ‘can do’ attitude."

Pam Williams, Norfolk Constabulary