Remembrance Sunday is a very emotional, important and significant day for many across our nation, as we take the time to honour our fallen heroes who fought and lost lives for our freedoms.
As parades and marches take place around the UK, millions of people come out to observe, support and pay their respects.
What many perhaps don't ever take into account, is that these parades take a great degree of planning and execution to make sure they go without a hitch, considering they generally involve the closure of roads across our towns and cities across the nation.
On Armistice Day 2018, TMGB were required to provide Traffic Management at the Hucknall Remembrance parade to commemorate the centenary anniversary of the end of the first world war.
The march went without a problem, and TMGB have been lauded by the organisers for their efforts in making sure this was the case.
With 2 operatives delivering outstanding service, TMGB has showcased their approach to a client centred experience.
Michael Howard of the Royal British Legion, Hucknall said:
"On behalf of the over 600 marchers who participated in the Hucknall Remembrance Parade yesterday; would you please pass on our sincere thanks to your team for the very efficient and professional essential service they provided. Their pre-planning and communication was absolutely excellent"
Steve Bennett, Director of TMGB commented:
"We obviously aim to deliver an outstanding service on every job or scheme we're a part of. That being said, there is something a little extra special about making sure such an important, emotional event goes right. So, I'm absolutely thrilled and very proud that TMGB could make such an impression what we considered to be a very important stage."