Events Wellbeing Limited has been developed from over 16 years experience of supporting welfare at festivals, live music events and gigs across the UK, including children’s welfare.  We can provide 24/7 welfare cover for any event and we will tailor each support package to your requirements, specifications and budgets.

Our team of dedicated volunteers are experienced in supporting people who may be vulnerable due to substance use, mental health, assault, sexual assault or domestic abuse.  All our volunteers are fully DBS checked and many have professional backgrounds in drug and alcohol services, mental health, probation, community support services, housing and clinical settings.  All volunteers receive relevant training to ensure they can fully support those in need at festivals and events.

In addition to a welfare service provision (The Welfare Crew) Events Wellbeing Limited offers safeguarding support, a specialised sexual assault team, lost property services, eviction support, drug and alcohol training and consultancy to businesses around wellbeing, welfare and drugs and alcohol.

Events Wellbeing is fully insured for all services and is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office.  Copies of our health and safety policy, equality and diversity statement, data policy, sustainability policy and safeguarding policy can be shared with event coordinators prior to events.


Alison Wood - Director

Alison has been working with vulnerable adults and children for the past 20 years and has built up a wealth of knowledge in supporting the most vulnerable in our society.  Alison is experienced in supporting and safeguarding those in need, including those struggling with substance use, mental health and victims of abuse.

Alison started supporting welfare at festivals in 2009 and has continued to support them yearly ever since.  Over the years Alison has developed a sound knowledge of how best to safely support those vulnerable at festivals and ensure the integrity of the festival is maintained.

Steve has dedicated the past 25 years of his working life to supporting vulnerable adults with their recovery around drug and alcohol addiction. Steve has experience supporting those within the criminal justice sector and medical services; providing support for young people, adults and families. Steve has been supporting festivals for the past 18 years, providing welfare services to a high standard.

Steve’s knowledge and experience over the years, has allowed him to support and safeguard the most vulnerable, enabling those supported to make positive changes to their lives.  Over the years, Steve has been rewarded for his work within the community with a number of awards, such as The National Social Change ward 2020.

Steve Wood - Director