The Cambridge Club Festival Names FWD-IP the Official CCTV Partner 2024

The Cambridge Club Festival Names FWD-IP the Official CCTV Partner 2024


Cambridgeshire-based tech firm, FWD-IP is set to provide its top performing security solutions at the
must-see music festival this summer. FWD-IP, tech specialists in critical communications, security solutions and audio visual, is proud to announce it has been awarded the CCTV security contract for
the hugely popular Cambridge Club Festival organised by S&C Productions which takes place on 7-9 June in Childerley Orchard just outside Cambridge.

Having worked with The Cambridge Club Festival for two years running now, FWD-IP (pronounced forward) will provide comprehensive CCTV camera coverage and play a key role in the festival’s health and safety, security protocol and crowd control to support and help safeguard one of the biggest events this summer.

This major contract renewal further strengthens its roots in East Anglia as the trusted technology partner
not just on the entertainment scene (having also worked with Cambridge Corn Exchange) but also in
the education sector supplying critical infrastructure, security and audio-visual technology to many local
schools, regularly working with The ICT Service and Cambridgeshire County Council for over 20 years, plus, Cambridge University and some of the colleges in higher education.

FWD-IP regularly modernises the critical communications in some of the most iconic heritage buildings in the region (including Ely cathedral, OLEM church, Fitzwilliam Museum) and the eagerly-awaited opening of the brand new FWD-IP Community Stadium which is the new home for Cambridge City Football Club in Sawston.

Cofounder of The Cambridge Club Festival, Louise Young, comments: “It is great to have FWD-IP on board again for what is set to be our biggest year yet for the festival. Their expertise and cutting-edge technology in surveillance and security systems will play a crucial role in the safety of the overall event so that our fans and festival-goers can focus purely on the fun!”

Managing Director of FWD-IP, Stuart Grainger, adds; “We are pleased to be awarded this contract again as it allows us to showcase our ongoing commitment to providing top-tier security solutions to help manage crowds and support the smooth-running of large-scale events.”

With less than 4 weeks to go, The Cambridge Club Festival will feature Chaka Khan, Jessie Ware, Earth,
Wind & Fire Experience and more during a three-day extravaganza of dance, disco and discovery for all ages to enjoy.