UK: The Chalke Valley History Festival has chosen Topher to manage its traffic and security for the third consecutive year. The festival, which runs from June 27 – July 3 this year, attracts tens of thousands of visitors to its greenfield site to enjoy activities, speakers and historical re-enactments.
Topher will be responsible for facilitating the safe and timely flow of all traffic in and out of the event, ensuring efficient and painless parking for all the visitors, and maintaining an effective security presence across the whole festival site.
Topher traffic marshals are trained and authorised to stop and direct traffic on the public highway, with powers to close roads and divert traffic if required. These powers are granted to individual traffic marshals through the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS) by the regional constabularies, and are vital to Topher’s ability to manage traffic and help minimise congestion and queuing.
Topher’s Managing Director Chris Haywood commented: “Chalke Valley History Festival is a fantastic event, and I’m very proud that it has once again chosen to entrust Topher with its traffic management and security requirements.”