We the AWARD WINNING EVENT MARSHALLING UNIT are a group of individuals from all walks of life, who volunteer our time to provide a professional and competent service to all events and organisations.


Our reputation for being competent, reliable and professional (while still maintaining a sense of humour) has now led to us working all kinds of different events from, carnival's, charity long distance bike rides, bonfire marches, fund raising events, car shows, torch light marches to the very sad and extremely emotional funeral of a soldier who sadly lost his life in Afghanistan. We rely solely on donations which are used to replace old uniform and radios and helps towards travel to and from events.


The organisations we work for and with include:

Sheerness Town Team, Leysdown events organisation, The police, Sussex, Surrey and Kent air ambulance, Hastings bonfire society, Sheerness carnival association, The big fish arts band, Faversham car show organization, Swale borough council, Southern marshalling unit, RAF, Navy, Queenborough town council, Mount Ephraim fireworks display, Sittingbourne carnival, S.E.A.L, international Olympic committee, And many more organisations all over Kent, Sussex and Essex.


New for 2016 we now take an active part in organising events by completing risk assessments for inclusion in event plans and traffic management plans. For more information please complete the contact us form.


We are also providing first aid cover for events please ask for details. Our Public Liability Insurance also covers for first aid cover.


Event Marshaling Unit Sheppey

Statement from Our committee in reply to the article on Kent Online


There were 3 organisations marshalling Sittingbourne Carnival on Saturday, Invicta Marshalls, EMUs and an organisation known as The EVOs.

The EVOs were also marshalling an event on the high street in Sittingbourne involving manning the road closure at the junction of the high street and Station Street until the parade closure was official active at 15:45.

The EVOs marshal refused the carnivals safety vehicle (last in the parade driven by an EMU volunteer) access to the high street following the parade at which time members of the EVOs subjected our volunteers to some profanity and an incident occurred. The incident has been reported to the police and we have requested that the CCTV footage of the incident be viewed and used in evidence if required.

Sheppey EMUs would like to publicly state that our members, whilst involved, were not responsible for the profanity described on the Kent online post. An internal investigation has taken place and our findings will be presented to the authorities in the next few days.

Contrary to reports made by the EVOs Chairman in the Sittingbourne News His marshal was not held in a head lock by one of our members. We suggest that Mr Hudson supply some evidence to back up his allegation.

The EMUs have been in existence for over 30 years and are considered a reliable professional organisation.


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