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6 March, 2014 - 20:44 By News Desk

Neptunus on the ball for Six Nations rugby fans

Neptunus on the ball for Six Nations rugby fans

Temporary structure specialist Neptunus has created a stunning hospitality facility for Tiger Events to cater for 900 guests for each of England’s Six Nations rugby matches at Twickenham.

Northants-based Neptunus supplied over 3,500 square metres of temporary space to form a stylish hospitality village including restaurants, bars, reception area, kitchens and restrooms for Tiger Events which is officially sanctioned by the Rugby Football Union to provide hospitality for the Six Nations.

The venue, which was constructed close to Twickenham Stadium in the grounds of the Army’s Royal School of Music at Kneller Hall, was in action at the weekend for England’s nail-biting 13-10 victory over Ireland – a match regarded as one of the most thrilling so far in this season’s Six Nations’ campaign and for the revenge clash with Wales at the weekend.

Neptunus provided Tiger Events, regarded as one of the UK’s leading hospitality companies, with a turnkey solution for its popular venue installing temporary roadways to the location and internal features including furnishings, lighting, power, climate control and toilets.

It took Neptunus just two weeks to construct the impressive hospitality village.

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