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Peachy Events Services was formed as a partnership by Christopher Daily-Roy and Simon Moss in 2001 when a need for a Christian-based studio project was required to provide upcoming Christian musicians with an affordable alternative to commercial studios. Chris and Simon continued to work within the events industry and, as a partnership, provided equipment and technical support for live events in and around the city of Lincoln. This mainly included conferences, live sound and lighting for bands with audiences ranging from 20 to 2000 people.

In 2004 Dave Broughton joined the team to not only help on events but to enable the company to grow and widening our work to the commercial, entertainment and conferencing sectors.

We became a limited company in 2007 and now work all over the country, as well as continuing to support and work with local churches and with multiple venues in the city including the Lincoln Drill Hall, The Double Tree by Hilton and The Lincolnshire Showground.

In 2008, Barry Pollard joined the team specialising in live sound and digital video. With experience in theatres and commercial audio installations, he brings a wide knowledge and skill base to the team. Barry has additionally widened our cliental to theatres, schools and colleges around the city.

In recent years, Peachy Events has grown bigger by the month and the range of equipment available is always increasing. We pride ourselves in all aspects of the industry, particularly in bespoke designs, staging, set and lighting. Our team are thoroughly knowledgeable and professionally experienced within the industry and we regularly ensure that we are evolving with new ideas in the ever-advancing industry.

In 2013, Ben Poucher (BSc) joined the team specialising in lighting design and production. Ben graduated in Sound, Light and Live Event Technology at The University of Derby and has brought new and inspiring ideas to the company. Ben heads up our lighting department and also enjoys designing custom lighting projects.

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