Cheshire events agency Saving Grace Events is celebrating
the growth of both its team and its turnover with a move to new offices in
Knutsford town centre.
Established in 2017 by founder Rebecca Hartley, the
full-service agency has added three new team members since the start of 2022.
Myling Moore joins as marketing assistant with Ramina Iruthayanathan and
Samantha Bannister as events assistants. Rebecca Woodhead also formally joined
the agency as events manager in December 2021 to focus on festival operations.
Hartley commented on the move to Saving Grace's new offices at Station
“Knutsford is a beautiful town, with a thriving community of varied
local businesses," she said. "Not only has it been my home for the last 13 years, but
it’s also home to Tatton Park where our most recent project the Pop Up Festival
is based. We want to contribute to the town, collaborate with other local
business and be more involved with the local community. Knutsford has been
voted one of the best places to live in The Sunday Times multiple
times and we want to be a part of what makes it great."
During the pandemic, Saving Grace Events launched the Tatton
Park Pop Up Festival, creating more than 100 jobs and securing much needed
employment for more than 80 performers. Cheshire’s first socially distanced outdoor festival took
place over 10 weeks from June to August 2021 and was attended by more than 20,000
visitors. Generating more than £1 million, this quadrupled the agency’s total turnover for
the year. Continuing the success, tickets for the 2022 festival went on sale at
the beginning of the year, with £100,000 of tickets sold in the
first two months.
The Saving Grace Events team have a busy year ahead having
already secured a corporate event in Croatia for long-standing client Five
Guys, The Natalie Kate Moss Trusts’ 10 year anniversary fundraiser and a
Jubilee event for Morris Homes, along with the return of the Tatton Park Pop Up
Festival in summer 2022.