The 19240 Shrouds of the Somme Art Project
Solve-IT were honoured to be invited to attend a Commemorative Dinner and Fundraiser for the 19240 Shrouds of the Somme Art Project, held at Sandy Park, Exeter.
The evening included the 6th Rifles Marching Band, the Salamanca Blues Band, and Steve Knightley ('Show of Hands'). The art project will consist of 19,240 shrouds to honour those who lost their lives in the first four hours of the Battle of the Somme on 1st July 1916. The project has been designed and led by South West artist Robert Heard in partnership with the Exeter Foundation and the Royal British Legion.
The project is due to be revealed and displayed from 1st July 2016 at the gates of Northernhay Gardens in Exeter.
To see more information about the project, click here
To see more pictures from the evening, click here
Left to Right: Mr and Mrs Jon-Paul Hedge (Editor of Express & Echo), Paul Nero (Radio EXE), Kris Daniels (Solve-IT Managing Director), and Helen Scholes (Stagecoach South West)
The Solve-IT Pride of Devon Awards 2015
Solve-IT were delighted to be the main event sponsor of the Pride of Devon Awards 2015 event, a recognised annual award ceremony.
This is the 3rd consecutive year Solve-IT have sponsored the Pride of Devon Awards, and previously have sponsored the Healthcare Professional and Military Hero award categories. For 2015 Solve-IT were delighted to be the event's main sponsor, together with championing this year's Teacher of the Year category.
Click here to see the full category listings.
Pictured below: Left to right - Ben Clark (Radio Exe), Teacher of the Year- Jamie Wordsworth, Kris Daniels (Managing Director, Solve-IT) and Paul Nero (Radio Exe)
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