November 30, 2018 Info0

From festivals to a world-renowned heritage attraction, the winners of the 15th annual National Outdoor Events Association Awards have been announced, following an exclusive gala dinner in Bath’s stunning Pump Rooms.

Bournemouth 7s Festival scooped both the Large Festival of the Year Award and Sporting Event of the Year. The judges said: “We liked the idea of merging a sporting event with a festival, adding a wider message of making sport fun for everyone. It was a unique spin on a sporting event and enabled more people to get involved.”

The panel of judges was led by Alistair Turner, Managing Director of EIGHT PR and Marketing; he was joined by Andy McNicholl. City Events Manager for Liverpool Council, Sally Piggott, Head of Festivals, UK for Eventbrite, Gill Tee from entertee, and Rachel Baker, GL events UK.

Glastonbury Abbey and Liverpool Bordeaux Wine Festival took Best New Event with the judges awarding two prizes – the abbey winning small new event and the Merseyside festival taking the trophy for large new event. The Edinburgh Festival won the Judges Award.

Andy Grove, President of NOEA said: “The quality of the award winners was genuinely outstanding, and showed innovation, creative thinking and experience. These are great events, run by the best event professionals, and are a credit to the industry. We’re delighted to be giving them the recognition they deserve through NOEA.”

Susan Tanner, CEO of NOEA said: “The theme of the convention during the day was ‘It Could Never Happen to Me’, and underlines how NOEA members are providing the foundation of safety and security that allows creative event professionals to flourish. The winners this year showed professionalism and creative thought, and are a credit to the industry.”

Alistair Turner, Chair of the Judging Panel said: “The standard of entries keeps getting higher and higher, which demonstrates the commitment of organisers to produce high quality event experiences. To win a NOEA award you need to be doing something really great.”



March 12, 2017 Info

ICE card

Our sister company, RocDoc created these cards for you to keep with you in case anything happens and should you not be with someone else who knows these details.

We know that you can also have some of this information on your mobile, but not everyone has a mobile plus batteries do run out!

The idea is that you fill this out and keep it with you, so in your bag, wallet or purse for example. Should the emergency services be required, or you have to attend hospital in an emergency all your important details are on this card.

Don’t forget that you can also fill these in for children and keep it in their school bag, somewhere prominent in the home, etc.

If you live in Ireland you can collect one of these from RocDoc reception (based in Ashbourne, Co Meath).


February 11, 2017 Info


Ireland & UK medical



We are currently recruiting PHECC registered staff to work at various events in both Ireland and the UK

Following Position available:

  • Doctors
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Advanced Paramedicspit medic training
  • Paramedics
  • Nurses
  • Emergency Dispatchers
  • Reception Staff
  • Pharmacy Attendants


Why us?

  • Access to our extensive CPC hub of free training
  • Access to our training conferences ran throughout Ireland
  • Paid work in both the UK and Ireland
  • PHECC registered and fully insured company
  • Strict clinical governance structure with both internal & external clinical guidelines & SOPs
  • Access to placements in RocDoc, our Minor Emergency Department to work alongside some of our Doctors
  • Great reputation with over 19 years in the event industry
  • Guaranteed to get paid on time

Type of Events?

  • Motorsport Rallies (throughout Ireland)
  • Festivals & Concerts (Bestival, Isle of Wight Festival, Camp Bestival, Common People)
  • Running events & Marathons (Dublin, Kerry, Galway)
  • Cycling events (UK & Ireland)
  • Equestrian Events (North Dublin / Meath )
  • Parades (St Patricks Day / Pride)
  • Corporate events (Conferences, Dances, Expos)




November 25, 2016 Info

NOEA Medical Provider of the Year 2016

We are proud to announce that we won the NOEA medical provider of the year award 2016 for the whole of the UK in the prestigious setting of Bath’s Roman Pump Rooms



It is great to get recognition for all the hard that we all put in over the years.



It is our staff that make us as a company truly exceptional, thank you

November 2, 2016 Info

Festimed is proud to announce it has been nominated for Medical Provider of the Year  awards 2016 at the National Outdoor Events Association annual awards in Bath during November 2016.




The 13th annual awards and convention take place in Bath on the 24 November at the world-famous Roman Baths, where the winners will be announced.

The NOEA is the UK’s leading outdoor events trade association and fights the events industry’s corner with campaigns ranging from tackling police costs to calling for a ban on Chinese lanterns due to the danger to life, livestock and land.

The association aims to educate, advise and enhance professionalism and business opportunities within the sector and has more than 400 members.