Partners and Sponsors

Powerline

A massive thanks to Jim Creed and his team at Powerline who will be supplying power for MarshFest Recut. Without Jim’s help the festival simply could not go ahead, so we are ever gratefulfor his contributions and support

Powerline are Generator hire & temporary power specialists, providing solutions for live events,outside broadcasts, and festivals since 1999 – https://www.thepowerline.co.uk/ We’re so lucky to have such a greal local company onboard

Marshfield Cricket Club

The Cricket Club is key resource within the community. As well as a being a thriving competitive club in the league, the MCC support a massive initiative to support youth cricket to the village and surrounding area. The Club will shortly be embarking on a project to rebuild the ageing pavilion. Once completed it will be a much needed great live venue to support local music and arts in the area.

To find out more go to https://marshfieldcricketclub.co.uk

Super Motion

Producing powerful corporate video to supercharge SMEs, Super Motion is based in Marshfield and run by Nigel Smith. Working with mainly rural and agricultural businesses, the company is kindly sponsoring MarshFest Recut, as well as producing all of our promo videos for free. Thanks Super Motion!

Carnsight Communications

Five-year old Carnsight Communications provides small and creative businesses with PR, content and social media support. Also a Marshfield business, founder Jess has been on the committee since year one and as well as sponsoring MarshFest Recut, her team does the majority of MarshFest’s social media, web copy and PR. She has a small team of experts based in the village and remotely.

LALEH Phd

Party and hospitality designers and suppliers extraordinaire, LALEH Phd is providing all of MarshFest Recut’s fantastic festival flags and beautiful bunting. That’s just a taste of the amazing props they can supply. Have a look at their range online.

Our army of volunteers

Marshfest is not a profit organisation- every last penny of money earned goes back to our charities, and we’re always looking at ways to save money. We rely heavily on the help and support that is offered by our wonderful volunteers. We simply couldn’t do what we do without them.

If you would like to be part of the MarshFest buzz, we’d love to have your help to make it happen, whether that be scanning tickets on the door, setting up, or ripping down the site. Please do get in touch if you have an hour or more to spare on or around 11th September. Just drop us a line on our contact page https://marshfest.co.uk/contact thanks so much!

Marshfest is a not for-profit organisation. Every last penny of money made goes back to our charities. We don’t carry any cash over to the next year so every year we have to work from scratch –at not inconsiderable risk to our credit cards!

Apart from making sure you have the tickets before they sell out, buying online ahead of the day gives us that much needed cash flow. The more we have in the coffers before the event, the more we can give to charity and also ensure we can deliver the quality event that you expect. We have a well tested wet weather plan, so rain or shine – we’re on! So please, if you know you’re coming, please book now!