Little Mix

Little Mix Concert a big hit for Regency Guarding & Events

June 28, 2018 (Posted 6 months ago) • Company News

Regency Guarding & Events are delighted to announce that we will be providing security staff within the hospitality areas for the upcoming sell-out, Little Mix Summer Hits Tour, held at the Colchester Football Club on July 8th. The world’s biggest girl band Little Mix announced earlier this year that 2017 X Factor Winners RAK-SU and […]

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Regency Security

Security firm goes from strength to strength as it celebrates the recruitment of new Area Managers

June 22, 2018 (Posted 6 months ago) • Company News,Door Supervision

Following continued growth in the Security Services sector, Regency Security, one of the UK’s largest national security consultants and ACS accredited companies have recently taken on 3 new Area Managers to support its already strong management team. Onur Ibrahim, Darren Bull and Adam Coker have been given responsibility for London, Norfolk, Sussex and Kent to manage SIA […]

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The Lord Mayor’s Celebrations in Norwich

Celebration for Regency Security with new contract award

June 22, 2018 (Posted 6 months ago) • Company News

Regency Security is delighted to announce that they have been awarded the contract for providing security at The Lord Mayor’s Celebrations in Norwich. The Lord Mayor’s celebration weekend take place between Friday 6th July and Sunday 8th July throughout different locations in Norwich. The highlight of the weekend is on Saturday with the procession of […]

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Door Supervisor London

Regency Security Door Supervisor Saves Man From Drowning in the Thames

June 20, 2018 (Posted 6 months ago) • Company News

On Friday 15th June, Christian Silamiantsimou, a Regency Security Door Supervisor went above and beyond his duty and saved a man from drowning in the Thames. Christian was working at ‘The Tattershall Castle’ on London’s Victoria Embankment, when he found himself in a slightly different situation to the norm. Seeing someone in the Thames, drowning […]

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