Following nineteen years’ experience of organizing a wide range of events, from lavish balls and hugely successful charity events Sarah Softley founded Softley Events. Sarah and her team have gone on to provide event management to many corporate clients as well as venue management, luxury wedding planning and party planning services.
Sarah and her team believe that whilst each event is unique, one factor must remain constant - meticulous attention to detail. They pride themselves on ensuring that every detail is taken care of – not just those that are visible but those behind the scenes as well, to ensure a memorable occasion for their clients.
Your certainly deserve your reputation as a crack events organiser. Your secret seems to be that you treat everyone as you would a guest in your own home.’
Julian Roup, Bendigo PR
From the initial meeting with clients the team at Softley Events will work tirelessly to create an exceptional event that exceeds expectations. Whether it is a timeless and elegant wedding or a fun corporate event, in a stately home, marquee, office building or other venue, their extensive experience combined with their attention to detail, creativity and professionalism will ensure that each of their clients leaves with an unforgettable memory of a wonderful event.
Whatever your event requirements, call Softley Events.
Softley Events are pleased to announce the benefactors of the 2019 Show Ball are EACH.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join them for what looks to be a fantastic evening whilst supporting the wonderful work EACH do to support families and care for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.
Sarah Softley founded Think Pink back in 2001 with a group of friends, when they organised the first bi-annual Think Pink ball to raise money for nominated breast cancer charities throughout the UK. Since this time, Sarah and the team have organised 5 highly successful fundraising balls and gala dinners, raising a total of £100,000 for deserving cancer-related charities, such as Breast Cancer Now and Keeping Abreast and Target Ovarian Cancer.